Kaduna Sex Party police parade organizers (photo)
Some of the young men who were allegedly behind the aborted first sex party in Kaduna State were led by the Kaduna State Police Command.
The young people promoted the event on social media, announcing that a sex party was scheduled for December 27, 2020 at an undisclosed location in the state capital.
The invitation stated that the participants, both men and women, should be nude as no clothing would be allowed at the venue.
In addition, the party, which was supposed to start at 8:00 pm, will run until dawn to allow members interested in having sex during the party to do so.
The invitation stated that interested participants would have to pay 2,000 nair (for the popular portion) and 3,000 naira or 5,000 naira (for the VIP).
Speaking to reporters on Thursday, one of the event organizers said, “The Kaduna sex party started as a joke between me and my friends; he was not destined to go public. This was not intended to cause public unrest in Kaduna State. Someone just thought they were too smart to post this on Twitter.
“I never posted party invitations on Twitter. Yes, I started it, yes, it started out as a joke, but I continue to say that it was not intended to disturb Kaduna’s peace and safety. It was all a joke. A friend created a flyer that was posted on Twitter and added my number to it, and we all laughed at it, but someone sent it to someone and then to another person until it got to Twitter. “
Earlier in the day, the Kaduna State Urban Planning and Development Authority (KASUPDA) demolished the Asher Hotel in the Barnawa area of the state during the event.
This was announced on Twitter by the agency that is planning and developing all of Kaduna’s urban areas.
He claimed that the hotel was the proposed sex party location, although the flyer attached to the tweet did not include any details about the proposed party location.