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Strange things have been happening in Nigeria, but it seems stranger things are yet to come. A Nigerian film director has taken to the popular micro blogging site, Twitter, to recount how his manhood was stolen by ritualists in Lagos.

The film director, Johnson Wilcox narrated how suspected ‘ritualists’ stole his manhood in Lagos. Johnson alleged that he noticed his balls were missing after a bike man and another man shook him in Ikota area of Lagos.
Nigerian film director recounts how his penis was stolen in Lagos - lailasnews
“I am on my way to police station with the help of Wema Bank security who called in men of SARS. A bike man and another cane to me shook my hand and immediately want to run away and I couldn’t feel my two balls again when I raised alarm.”
“Thank God for Wema Bank securities and thank God to Ikota Police Station. while Police tortures them, they asked to pray and while they speak in strange language and touching me. My balls came back. What do I do to assure permanent return?”
This is really strange and scary! As a film director, we are sure he must have come across different movie plots with some filled with horror and a lot of suspense. But having this happen in real life must have really scared the living daylights out of him. These strange occurrences were common particularly in busy parts of Lagos last year. The rate of manhood theft in Lagos was on the rise as elections drew closer. In fact, the general public, especially those living in Lagos were asked to be careful of who they come in contact with, as manhood hunters and kidnappers were alleged to be on the increase.
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In September, 2018, a suspected manhood thief was apprehended at the popular Amala HotSpot in Omole Lekki Phase 2, Lagos after his victim raised an alarm upon disappearance of his manhood. According to reports, the victim’s (a motorcycle rider) manhood reportedly disappeared when the suspect touched him with a ring. Upon noticing his manhood was gone the man quickly grabbed the suspect and called for help. The police were quickly invited who bundled the suspect into their Hilux and zoomed off to the station for further investigation. Check out the video below.

Surprisingly, this particular devious crime is not only limited to Nigerians as sometime in 2015, it was alleged that an Indian man was accused of stealing an Okada (commercial motorbike) rider’s manhood . The man was said to have alighted from a bus heading to Mile 2, Lagos. He subsequently asked an Okada operator for directions to a location in Satellite Town. The Okada rider offered to take him directly to the destination, and so the Indian an got on the bike, and off they went.
Shortly before getting to Gate just before Navy town, the Indian man instructed the Okada rider to stop, stating that he had reached his destination. The Indian was said to have paid the Okada man way more than the fare requested. The okada operator accepted the money, and as he was leaving, he reportedly discovered that his manhood was missing!
He then began to run after the Indian man, shouting about his alleged missing manhood. His shouting attracted the attention of passers by and other Okada men, who reportedly started beating the Indian man. Unfortunately, we were not able to gather the end of the debacle, whether the rider was as lucky as the film director or if he had to part with his male organ for good.
This kind of evils happening in the society has to stop! The shortcut to making money (as that is the usual reason for these rituals) does not last and at the end of the day, regrets would come in. Nigerians should look for legal and honest ways to find money. Money has been said to be the root of all money, but honestly, greed should be seen as the root of all evil. Work hard, be focused on your goals. Everything good will come!


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