A Nigerian gay chef, Ayomide Idowu, who was gang-raped by his male clients, took to Instagram to share his ordeal.
The young man said he had been hired to be the caterer for their event but got the shock of his life when he arrived at the venue of the said job.
A complaint to the police was made but instead of the authorities to take action against the alleged rapists, he was thrown behind bars at the Badagry prison where he spent over two months.
"My name is Ayomide Idowu," he wrote, as he began to share the tale.
"I am writing these in severe pains and tears... Months ago I was gang raped by people (men) who were supposedly clients whom I was to cook for their events... After that, same day I tried reaching out to the police... Instead of listening to what I had to say, they locked me up and took me off.... Where I found my self was at BADAGRY PRISON were I was for 2 months plus... I really want justice... These is just too much for me to bear.
"I am presently living in a state of NO SELF ESTEEM, ISOLATION, DEPRESSION AND FEAR OF WHAT TOMORROW HOLDS."
Yet to recover fully from the unfortunate incident months after, Ayomide said he was now navigating his life to God as he admitted to being queer.
"Navigating life is easier with God. And life can be overwhelmed and worth living when you live the way you are created not live to satisfy others.. ####regardless of sexual orientation #am a queer I agreed that."