A Sold My Kidney for N15 Million in Malaysia young adventurous Nigerian from Irua, in Edo State, has narrated how he was driven by poverty to sell his kidney for the sum of N15million in Malaysia.
The man, identified simply as Abu, said he had travelled to Kuala Lumpur in 2008 in search of greener pastures, when he ran into some Malaysians, who told him he could make good money by parting with one of his kidneys.
According to one of his associates, Sam Otarumene, who spoke to Sunday Telegraph, Abu was introduced to some medical agents in Malaysia who briefed him about the “business” and allayed his fears that he could die.
“He was told he could survive on one kidney, and was also assured that he had nothing to lose. Within a few days, some tests were conducted on him, and his organs were certified healthy,” Otarumene said.
Upon completion of the test, he was allegedly told he would be paid in Malaysian Ninggit, which when converted to Naira amounted to N20million. But the agents insisted on receiving 25 per cent of the sum, part of which covered his post-surgery recovery expenses.
An agreement was said to have been duly signed by himself, the agent and the family of the benefitting patient before the operation. He said that was a major requirement before the hospital accepted to perform the surgery.
He was checked into an unnamed hospital on a Friday in the February of 2009 and after preliminary medical procedure, sedated and his kidney harvested. Abu, allegedly received the money and after recovering from the surgery, returned to Nigeria.
Upon his return in 2010, he informed some of his friends about the “business,” and invested his money into private business.
“He first erected a storey building in Irua, and has since then been working with some politicians,” the associate mentioned earlier said.
Attempts to speak with him were rebuffed by Otanumene, who said the action was a guarded secret, because Abu only revealed it to a few of his associates, adding that he even showed them the scar left behind by the surgery. He, however, showed our correspondent a video recording purportedly showing Abu spraying cash when a local musician described as Emperor Wadada, celebrated his 25 years on stage last year.
Clad in white attire, the fair-complexioned Abu danced excitedly before the musicians, spraying money as his accolades resonated from the local amplifiers. He said Abu is married with children and living happily by following his dietary instructions.
Otanumene said that contrary to reports of organ theft, many Nigerians enter into deals to sell off their kidney for a fee, adding that only in few cases were those organs actually sold without the consent of their owners.
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Reekado Banks in Police Trouble for Failing to Perform at a Wedding He Was Paid N2M
Mavins singer, Reekado Banks has been served a notice by the Nigerian Police to refund a couple after he refused to show up and perform at their wedding.
The case which involves his manager, Temi Solomon and a Media Personality is currently being handled at the Ogba Police Area Command in Lagos.
According to investigations, the singer was contracted on behalf of a couple, by the OAP to perform at their wedding but he failed to show up, and he at the same time did not deem it fit to refund the couple the payment they had made in advance to him.
To this effect, Uwa Idahosa, a Benin based Media Personality and comedian who contracted the singer on behalf of the couple, dragged Reekado Banks to court but the singer’s manager said they could not refund the full amount, but could only part with N800,000.
Inside sources have also revealed that the Police Authorities have given the singer and his manager, Temi an ultimatum till Monday to return the sum of 2million naira to the couple. If they fail, they will be made to face the wrath of the law.
At the moment, Idahosa and the management of Reekado Banks manager are waiting till Monday to see if the singer will honour the Ultimatum served by the Police.
When Reekado’s manager, Temi, was contacted on phone to confirm if the allegation was true, he replied harshly on the issue, in a stern voice saying:
All the allegations are not true, I will rather let the matter remain as it is. When the right time comes, we will let the public know what transpired between both parties.
BBNaija Star, TBoss Has Stylishly Become An Instagram ‘Beggarwoman’ Begs Rita Dominic, Toke Makinwa For Clothes
Tokunbo Idowu popularly known and referred to as Tboss has shown us how to be an instagram beggar and still remain classy.
The Big Brother Naija star who became popular after her naked boobs made a debut on national TV made it known that she seriously wants to have a feel of the closets of some of the most fashionable and best dressed ladies in Africa.
In her Instagram story, TBoss stylishly declares her great desire to raid the closets of OAP Toke Makinwa, Actress Rita Dominic and South African Media person Bonang!
It would have been a passable joke but TBoss went as far as mentioning the ladies and also tagging their handles so they could get the notification and probably invite her to raid. She also mentioned that whatever she takes would be hers as she has no plans of returning them.
Now this is how to beg and retain your dignity… she says:
“If I could teleport myself anywhere this afternoon, it would be straight into Bonang-M, Toke Makinwa and Rita Dominic’c closets help myself to all them goodies and then go about my business and travel around the world… I might oright not bring back your stuff, so sorry in advance! “