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Notorious Yahoo Boys Arrested in Uyo for Snatching Man’s Manhood

Man’s manhood snatched by Yahoo Boys in Uyo; suspects arrested and handed over to police.



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The Akwa Ibom State capital, Uyo, was thrown into chaos when a man identified as Patrick Peters raised an alarm that his manhood had been snatched.

Peters, a member of the youths volunteers in the MOD Department of Christ the King’s Catholic Church, Wellington Bassey Way, Uyo, had been hypnotized with a white handkerchief by the suspects, who then performed a ritual on him, leading to the ‘death’ of his manhood.

Peters narrated his ordeal, stating that he felt something had left him during interaction with the suspects, and he was no longer himself.

He immediately went to his nearby church to check, and discovered that his manhood had shrunk, weakened and was lifeless. He tried to pee but was unable to, which prompted him to search for the suspects. He was fortunate to see them escaping, and he raised the alarm and pursued them.

The suspects were apprehended and paraded back to the church. However, they denied snatching the victim’s manhood, which led to the victim’s girlfriend and a willing woman volunteering to test him. However, after several attempts, there was no response from the victim’s organ.

Soldiers who had been guarding the plaza since the #EndSARS protests two years ago were called in, and they arrested the suspects. They were temporarily detained at the Ibom Plaza location of the Army detachment before being handed over to the police for further investigation and prosecution.

According to Ekemini Bassey, a dealer in used clothes at the plaza, the soldiers had arrested another suspect two weeks prior to this incident for snatching a man’s organ. The suspect had fled on foot, abandoning his vehicle and evading the soldiers. However, they pursued and overpowered him after sporadic shooting.

The police public relations officer (PPRO), SP Odiko Macdon, was unavailable for comment on whether the command had received the suspects from the soldiers.

This incident highlights the activities of “Yahoo Boys,” a group of internet fraudsters who have been causing havoc in Nigeria. Yahoo Boys are notorious for their fraudulent activities, which involve scamming unsuspecting victims out of their money. The use of rituals to enhance their activities is also common among them.

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