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Friday, 26 February 2021

Benue man cuts off his penis to be able to control his libido A man in Benue state has cut off part of his genitals to curb his libido. Terhemen Anongo, popularly called Doc K or Bob Korna, is a resident of Gboko in Benue state. As he couldn't control his thirst for women, he decided to take the advice in the Bible by cutting off that which causes him to sin. Anongo is popularly called Doctor K because he was a student of the University of Ibadan medical school. He dropped out in his final year in 2007 owing to psychiatric reasons and has been living alone in his father’s house, having chased out all other relatives who he accused of being behind his plight. Despite dropping out of school, he is highly articulate and seen as intelligent. Benue man cuts off his penis to be able to control his libido He transports traders’ goods in a wheelbarrow to make ends meet. But one thing he couldn't control was his libido. To put his sexual drive in check, Anongo sought genital surgery from several professionals, but they all turned him down. Since he had a bit of medical experience, he took matters into his own hands. He acquired the required tools and medications and proceeded to perform the surgery. He chopped off his right testicle after dabbing local anaesthetics on it and was determined to remove the left one as well but stopped due to excessive bleeding. He walked to a medical facility where he was treated and discharged after a few days on admission. Benue man cuts off his penis to be able to control his libido Asked whether he would remove the remaining testicle after recuperating, Doc K said, "No, I won’t try it again."


317 girls were abducted from Zamfara school - Police

Zamfara Police Commissioner, Abutu Yaro has disclosed that about 317 girls were abducted from Government Girls Science Secondary School Jangebe in Jangebe, Zamfara State by unknown gunmen in the early hours of today February 26. 


Yaro said a joint search and rescue operation is already underway with a view to rescuing the 317 students kidnapped by the gunmen. 


The police commissioner also disclosed that the Force Commander of Operations Hadarin Daji, Major General Aminu Bande, Brigade Commander 1 Brigade, Nigeria Army Gusau, and other state government officials led a heavily armed Re-enforcement team to Jangebe to complement the ongoing rescue operation in the locations where the students were believed to have been whisked to.


He appealed to everyone to be calm as joint efforts of the police and other security agencies will surely lead to a successful rescue of the students.

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