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Remote Control Man cuts off manhood, says he was hypnotised

Wahab Sa’adu who is a fashion designer cut off his manhood last Monday; he said he was ordered to so by a woman that appeared to him on a dream.

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  play Wahab Sa’adu says he was hypnotised into cutting his own penis. (Sheisthesunlight)

A fashion designer, Wahab Sa’adu in Alapa, Asa Local Government Area of Kwara State severed his own manhood with a razor blade.

The 35-year-old man according to Leadership Newspaper, rushed back home after he had chopped off his penis at a nearby bush in the village last Monday, January 26.

A close family source told the newspaper that Wahab Sa’adu suddenly ran home with his blood stains all over his trousers.

We were at home preparing for the day’s work when Sa’adu came in with part of his manhood in his hand with blood stain all over his trouser. His (Wahab) loud cry drew the attention of people in the neighbourhood to our house and everyone was shocked to see what had happened,” the newspaper source said.

According to the report, Wahab Sa’adu ‘s father fainted when he saw parts of his son’s manhood.

Wahab Sa’adu was first taken to a private clinic at Alapa for first aid treatment and later referred to a private hospital at Tanke, Ilorin.

Speaking with Leadership Newspaper, Wahab Sa’adu said he was hypnotised into the suicidal act.

He revealed that before he was hypnotised into cutting his own manhood, he was also spellbound into drinking acid.

Prior to the incident, I had a dream in which three unidentified women appeared to me and ordered that I drink battery acid, which I did the following morning without the knowledge of anyone. Three days after, I had another dream where the same women ordered me to wake up and cut off my penis. It was after cutting it off that I regained consciousness. So I rushed home for immediate remedy,” he revealed.

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