Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Tormented because he’s gay


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FASHION DESIGNER Azizi Olufemi, also known as “Passion”, says he is being terrorised by a group of teenagers because of his gay lifestyle.

And on Tuesday Olufemi took to the streets in front of NATION House on Fontabelle in a one-man protest saying he had so far failed to get the police to stop the attacks on his Chapman Street, The City home by the group of young people who also live in Bridgetown.

Saying he was at his wits’ end, Olufemi said the protest on Fontabelle, was a last resort to draw attention to the lawlessness of a group of youngsters who were constantly throwing stones on his roof and breaking the windows of his home. (GE)

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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