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Naval officer’s private part allegedly missing in Calabar


Naval officer’s private part allegedly missing in Calabar

By Jennifer S. Kuwanta

Male ‘private part thieves’ have allegedly snatched the genital of a naval officer in Calabar, Cross River state’s capital.

Vanguard reported that the naval officer was manning the entry point into the barracks when a young man who gave his name as Samuel walked into the barracks, and was directed to the sentry point for security scrutiny.

Azeez, a naval personnel told the publication: “When he got to the sentry point, he was asked whom he was looking for and his mission in the barracks but while he was talking with the sentry officer, the man felt an electric jolt around his genitals and behold, when he touched the area, his private had gone.”

Following the alarm raised by the naval officer, the young man was accosted and beaten up with instructions to return the missing genital immediately.

It was also gathered that the alleged genital thief did not say if he was going to return the missing organ and did not deny being responsible for the disappearance of the genital.

A similar case has been seen in Nasarawa state where allegations of genitals disappearance had been a trending issues for over a month.

It all started in Keffi Local government of the state when a middle-aged man raised the alarm over the dispearance of his genitals after having a handshake with another in the area.

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No fewer than 18 cases of genitals’ disappearances had been reported in four local government areas in the state within one week, with Lafia, the state capital, having the highest reported cases.

This was coming at a time when a viral video of an underage confessed that he uses diabolical means to remove the private part of a minor in Nasarawa Eggon.

The underage who confessed that he was sent by his religious leader to snatch away men’s private parts, confessing that he is from Yobe, for a special mission.

In the viral video, he said he was given N20,000 for such a heinous crime.

People attributed the current hardship faced by the citizenry as reasons for exploring any other means to survive which include diabolic ways of survival.

Naval officer’s private part allegedly missing in Calabar

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