women protesting over disappearance of sex organs in Benue
New Telegraph: Hundreds of women in Agasha in Guma Local Government Area of Benue State, Wednesday, took to the streets to protest against the alleged rampant mysterious disappearance of both male and female sex organs in the area.
The report of vanishing organs, based on a claim by a villager who simply identified himself as Donald, had been a recurring decimal in the local government since the beginning of November.
Speaking to newsmen, Donald revealed that no fewer 15 people both male and female were reported to have fallen victim to the mysterious incident.
“Some of the victims have been moved to a priest in Ameladu, a village near Gboko local government area for healing.
“Since sex organ disappearance continued, the community leaders have reported the case to the police.
“I think the women decided to make their grievance known to the public which warranted the protest,” he explained.
Meanwhile, the police command in the state has denied the report of missing organs.
Reacting, the state Command’s Public Relations Officer, DSP Catherine Anene, said that there was no incident of such in the community.
DSP Anene stated that the command actually received a report from the community on the alleged organs disappearance, but said that no one in the community could show evidence that his or her organ had disappeared.