Kaduna government obliges NDP and others spokesman for attempted adultery
Abraham Albera, a spokesman for the Kaduna State People’s Democratic Party, was convicted by the government of attempting to commit adultery.
He was also accused, along with four others, of violating the COVID-19 protocol.
Albera is the husband of Aisha Yakubu, owner of Asher Lounge, a failed sex party site that was demolished by the Kaduna City and Urban Development Authority on December 31, 2020.
This came after the state government demolished a building that was rented to host a naked party in the state.
He later turned around, stating that the main reason for the demolition was that the building did not have a permit.
Party organizers told the press that the proposed nude party would never take place, and it was just a joke to attract visitors.
The restaurant owner also accused the police of extorting AD 120,000 from her, which resulted in her losing her pregnancy.
However, on Wednesday, the state government sued the restaurant’s owners, employees and customers who hosted the party.
According to the indictment, the nude party began as early as December 27, 2020, when police arrived at the scene.
The defendants, who appeared before the Gabasawa Magistrates’ Court, were also charged with violation of the COVID-19 protocol and immoral acts.
The charge reads in part: “Violation of the partial blockade of the government of Kaduna 2020, conspiracy and attempted crime for public lies, indecent or indecent act, gross indecency and adultery.
“On December 27, 2020 at approximately 21:30, reliable information was received at the Sabon-Tasha police station that unknown people had organized a sex party, which will take place at a place called Asher Guest Lounge located on Court Road, Sabon-Tasha in the Chikun local government area, Kaduna state, which will take place at about 19.00.
“After receiving information, a detachment of policemen from the Sabon-Tash police station rushed to the aforementioned place and found that the aforementioned hall was filled with more than 50 young men and women who dance almost naked without masks on any of them. …
“When they saw the police, chaos reigned throughout the arena: the aforementioned young people jumped from corner to corner and ran over the fence. Three suspects were arrested: Mr. Abraham Albera, Umar Rufai and Suleiman Lemona, as well as two others: Himezi Kenneth, who organized the party, and Wonderful Akpan, who released the information (sic). “
The defendants pleaded not guilty.
Judge Benjamin Nock posted bail of $ 100,000 for each with a surety to own property in Abuja.
The case was postponed until January 20, 2021.