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A 30-year-old man, Ejike is lying in critical condition in a private hospital in Nkpor near Onitsha after cutting off his manhood with a knife.

According to the information, Ejike, from Nkwelle Uke community in Idemili South Local Government Area of the state, used to be a luxurious bus conductor in Onitsha until he returned to the village recently.

He visited the village shrine and invoked the spirit of the deity before taking away kola nuts, offered to the gods, and starting from that moment his behavior had become strange.

It was learnt that last weekend, Ejike took a knife, cut off his penis and scrotum, and a strange dog suddenly appeared and ran away with his genitals.

Family members were said to have rushed him to the hospital immediately.

Yesterday Ejike was visited by journalists in the hospital, his private parts were completely bandaged while a catheter was fixed from the region where he passes urine.

The man refused to talk to the reporter and was mad when his sister arrived with his aged father.

He blurted out, saying he took the action in protest so that the family would know that he was not joking when he said he would cut his penis.

A lot of visitors in the hospital also said he had threatened to cut off his manhood in the past because his penis had disappointed him several times.

But the elder sister is sure that he acted under the influence of evil forces.

The Chief Medical Director, Crown Hospital Nkpor, Dr. Eddy Emegoaku confirmed that Ejikes case was critical but declined further comments on his medical condition.
Source: The Sun

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