Policeman Arrested for Allegedly ‘Stealing’ Okada Man’s Penis in Kogi

The Kogi State Police Command has detained a police officer for investigation for allegedly stealing an Okada man’s manhood in an extraordinary circumstance.

According to Newsguru reports, the incidence occurred on Monday evening at Okpo, in Olamaboro Local Government Area of the state.

A reliable source told our correspondent that the Okada man simply identified as Mr Kebiru is a newly married man and is based in Okpo.

According to the source, the victim of the stolen manhood was used to running errands for the policeman simply known as Ochai and that the situation took place while Kebiru was conveying Ochai to a neighbouring community, Imane.

It was revealed that the policeman boarded the victim’s motorcycle to Imane town, and that half way through the trip, Ochai tapped Kebiru by the shoulders which caused Kebiru to feel a shaken discomfort.

Usman Haliru who is a fellow Okada rider in Okpo told newsmen that, “When Ochai (the police officer) tapped Kebiru on the back, he immediately felt a cease around his penis and immediately knew something was wrong. We were together before Ochai arrived and as usual, we knew Kebiru would be the one to pick him because he is the one that used to convey Ochai to many places and he even runs errands for the officer.

“Immediately the (alleged) stealing of his manhood took place, Kebiru raised and alarm and we rushed down to take him to Light Hospital here in Okpo but the doctor has refused to reveal the medical result.

“Seeing that Ochai is well known to us, we reported the matter to the police and the rest of our colleagues (Okada Riders) trooped to the station and the police assured us that Justice would be served and Kebiru would get back his penis.”

The victim was being taken to Ankpa for further test to verify the status of his missing manhood at the time of going to the press.

There are rumors that Ochai has been fingered in some dubious occurrences concerning mysterious missing manhood in the past but no concrete evidence to verify the claims.

Our reporter contacted the Kogi State Police Public Relations Officer(PPRO), William Ayah who said the matter had not gotten to his table and promised to get back to TheNewsGuru on the case.

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