Kaduna State government has demolished a hotel in Barnawa area of the state for allegedly planning to host a sex party.
The demolished hotel, Asher Hotel, was said to have contravened the Kaduna state Covid-19 guidelines and was also accused of aiding immoral activities in the state.
Officials say the hotel was to be used as venue for a proposed sex party scheduled for December 27.
The Kaduna State Urban Planning and Development Authority (KASUPDA), which is in charge of the planning and development of all urban areas in Kaduna, announced the demolition in a tweet on Thursday.
The agency alleged that the hotel was the proposed venue for a sex party, thereby contravened the state’s Covid-19 guidelines — but a flyer attached to the tweet had no detail of the proposed location for the party.
According to the flyer, the ticketed event was scheduled for December 27 and had a regular ticket billed for N2,000, VIP for N5,000 and VVIP N10,000, according to the organizers.
The police in Kaduna arrested and paraded the organizers of the party.
Recall that in May, 2020, REPORT AFRIQUE reported how the Rivers state government demolished two hotels – Prudent Hotel, Alode, in Eleme and Etemeteh hotel in Onne – for flouting the state’s Covid-19 guidelines.
Like those of the Rivers state government, the actions of the Kaduna state government have received mixed reactions from Nigerians on the social media.