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Two men claim their manhood ‘disappeared’ after handshakes with people in Abuja and Minna

A man, identified simply as Sadiq, has raised alarm claiming that his manhood disappeared after he had a handshake with a commercial bus driver in Abaji Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

A witness, Salihu Ibrahim, who spoke to the Daily Trust, said the incident happened around 4pm at the Sabon-Tasha Garage in Abaji town.

He explained that a bus driver, identified simply as Godwin, stopped to buy drinks and that before then he exchanged pleasantries with Sadiq through a handshake.

“I was seated in front of a shop when the bus driver came out and shook hands with the man and asked him where he could get a shop to buy wine. So, it was immediately after the handshake that the man complained that his body was doing him somehow,” Ibrahim said. 

He said that after Sadiq discovered that his manhood had “disappeared” he raised alarm following which some people went after the driver, manhandled him, adding that some people rescued him and took him to the police command in the area and the “victim” rushed to the hospital in order to ascertain if his manhood was truly missing.

A police officer at the command, who preferred anonymity, told the publication that the suspect, who drove an 18-seater bus with registration number: XH 894 BDG, loaded with passengers from Zuba heading to Auchi, Edo State, confessed to stealing the victim’s manhood, but that he had returned the manhood back to the victim.

“We went to the hospital to meet with the victim and he said his manhood had been returned, but we will keep the suspect until the victim recovers fully before he will be charged to court,” the officer added. 

In a similar development, another man identified as Umoru claimed one Suleiman collected his manhood in Minna, Niger State after they exchanged greetings and a handshake in Minna, Niger State.

The said Suleiman, (pictured with Umoru) who was beaten mercilessly by an angry mob, admitted to collecting the manhood and promised to return it by 4:30 and 5pm, “by the grace of God”

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