Love wins: Young man marries sex worker as mother undresses in protest

Love wins: Young man marries sex worker as mother undresses in protest

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Love knows no profession

A woman is lucky to be alive today after she was beaten to a pulp by a group of angry villagers.

Police on the Buvuma island in lake Victoria were called to rescue the unconscious woman from being lynched to death. The angry  mob baying for her blood accused her of undressing in public and causing a nuisance.

According to a police officer on the island, Sergent  Stanley Okurut, the incident took place in one of the villages called Nambulire.

”We were called by the village chief who said that there was a woman being beaten by angry villagers. We rushed to the scene and found people beating her. She was naked and already in comma but still receiving beatings.” Okurut told Erotic Africa.

The police were forced to fire into the air to scare away the angry villagers before carrying the near lifeless woman to a health center.

Mother undressed in protest

After taking her away police launched investigations into the cause of all the mayhem. Witness accounts backed by collaborative reports soon identified the culprit.

”We established that the woman identified as Teddy Nabulya ,45, invaded the home of his 25-year-old son called Jackson Kule very early in the morning and caused all the mayhem,” said Okurut.

According to witness accounts, the woman instructed his son to immediately send away his wife because she got information that she had ever worked as a sex worker.

Son chooses sex worker over mother

The son, however stood his ground and his mother he loved his former sex worker turned wife and he will not send her away. It is at this point that the woman undressed completely and slapped her private parts to symbolized that he was cursing the young man and his wife.

Villagers who had gathered to see what was going got annoyed and descended on the woman with blows and kicks until the police come to her rescue.

One of the elders in the village, 65-year-old Paul Lungu confirmed the woman’s suspicions.

”It is true that young man’s wife was a sex worker in the neighboring trading center but ever since she was taken on as a wife she stopped the act. She is now a well behaved wife.”

He further added that the sex sex worker had been peacefully cohabiting with the young man for 3 months and she has never gone back to the streets.

Mzee Lungu, however, cautioned society against stigmatizing sex workers saying they too like any other person can change their ways and become responsible members of the society.

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