- A Nigerian has castrated himself in bid to serve God properly and avoid any sexual distraction that might come is way
- The man identified as Terhemen Anongo is a 44-year-old resident of Gboko in Benue state according to reports
- He was reported to have removed one of his manhood by himself, almost losing his life in the process
In a report that surprised many Nigerians, Terhemen Anongo, a 44-year-old resident of Gboko in Benue State, has removed his testicles “to avert sexual desire”.
According to Anongo who is a medical school drop-out, he claimed the decision will enable him serve God properly.
In 2021, he had removed one of his manhoodby himself, almost losing his life in the process after he personally undertook the surgery, which resulted in profuse bleeding.
Anongo, who dropped out from the University of Ibadan medical school over alleged ill health, had said the castration was based on his religious belief that since he was not married, he needed to serve God faithfully.
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Speaking on telephone with newsmen in Makurdi he said:
“I went to remove the second based on religious belief. I removed it on Monday. The first one had little hitches but this one having learnt from that experience, I did (remove) it very well. Somebody is always coming to dress it for me.
“I’m fine. There is no problem, I’m only waiting for when the wound will heal so I can remove the stitches.”
Why Nigerian youths are fleeing the country, Pastor Kumuyi of Deeper Life Church makes stunning revelation
Meanwhile, the General Superintendent, Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor William Kumuyi has decried the large number of Nigerian youths fleeing the country to other places.
According to the cleric, the youths are seeking greener pastures in other countries because their needs are not met by the government.
PM News reports that Kumuyi made this assertion while declaring open the Global Youth Convocation, tagged: ‘Impact’ at the Deeper Life Conference Centre, KM 42, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway on Wednesday evening, January 5.