Panic Spreads As 17 Men And Women Mysteriously Lose Their Private Parts In Benue Community
As many as seventeen women and men have mysteriously misplaced their non-public elements in a neighborhood in Benue.
According to a report by Daily Trust, girls in Agasha neighborhood of Guma native authorities space in Benue State on Wednesday protested over alleged lacking genital organs of a minimum of 17 folks within the neighborhood.
It was gathered from the villagers that some individuals together with female and male in the neighborhood have unexplainably misplaced their genitals inside an area of 1 month.
A villager within the space alleged that the non-public elements of the complainants had been lacking following the actions of some suspected ritualists throughout the neighborhood, saying that after a Parish Priest of St. Michael’s Catholic Parish in Agasha prayed for them, the organs had been restored.
But, the Caretaker Committee Chairman of Guma LGA, Anthony Shawon, instructed Daily Trust by phone that there was no proof to justify the claims of lacking organs.
“I used to be there (Agasha) two days in the past and held conferences with the normal rulers, elders, youths and ladies teams amongst others of the neighborhood about this matter.
“They introduced 14 folks whose organs had been allegedly lacking from a Catholic church the place they had been now receiving prayers for restoration.
“And I requested the Reverend Father if he had confirmed that their genitals had been lacking and the Father mentioned he hasn’t inspected them however praying for them. I then bodily inspected two of them and located their manhood intact.
“I don’t know what that is all about. In truth, I’m not concerned. Maybe they’re reasoning spiritually.
“None of the ladies making the claims agreed to be inspected. We have held a collection of assembly even at the moment (Wednesday) with the elders.
“I’m told that five members of the community who they (villagers) are suspecting have been arrested as we speak and taken to the police headquarters. But, there is no evidence to justify these missing manhood,” the LG chairman mentioned.
When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) within the state, DSP Catherine Anene, by a textual content message said, “a report of the disappearance of genital organs at Agasha was received. Agasha was visited but there was nobody with that case.”