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Abuja Woman Accused Of Stealing Manhood Narrates Her Side Of The Story



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A woman who was almost killed by a mob for allegedly stealing a man’s manhood in Abuja, Rahab Emmanuel, has narrated her side of the story.

The 37-year-old housewife escaped death after residents of Gosa, a village along Airport Road in Abuja, descended on her when a man accused her of causing his manhood to disappear.

Narrating her side of the story, however, the woman, who is said to be a mother of four children, told the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Commissioner for Public Complaints Commission (PCC), Ezekiel Musa Dalhatu, that she knows nothing about the allegation.

According to her, a neighbour had invited her to come and wash her children’s clothes and that while going, she met a lone man by a kiosk, who gave her N200 to buy biscuit for her kid.
She explained that while moving around trying to trace the house of the woman who invited her, the man who gave her the N200 raised a false alarm claiming that his manhood had stopped functioning and she was the suspect.

“I was going round looking for the woman’s house that asked me to come and wash clothes for her, the man now followed me and raised alarm, accusing me of having done something as he claimed that his manhood was not functioning again. I told him I didn’t know anything and my hands were clean.

“Upon hearing about the incident, youths in their large numbers rushed to the vigilante office where I went to report the matter, tied my hands and started beating me. Before then, when I picked up my phone to call my husband, they seized the phone,” Emmanuel told the commissioner who visited her in order to get her own side of the incident, Daily Trust quoted.

She noted that it was some neighbours who identified her and put a call across to her husband, who immediately came to the scene and later reported to the police.

Reacting to the incident, the FCT Commissioner for PCC noted that the matter was at the Trade More Police Division. He urged police authorities to swing into action in order to ensure justice was done to the woman.

Recall that City & Crime reported that the FCT Commissioner of Police (CP), Haruna Garba, warned against jungle justice on suspects accused of stealing manhood in the FCT, saying 65 per cent of such cases were false.

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