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Man gets chopped off his privates parts

17 May 2016, 20:13 Wilshare

Nairobi - A 31 year old man is recuperating at the Nairobi Women’s hospital in Nakuru after his private parts were chopped off by a lover in a suspected affair gone sour.

It is believed that the man was chopped following an argument with his lover.   

According to the victim’s mother who requested anonymity told the media that on Monday evening she received a phone call from her sister informing her about the incident.

“My sister called me at around 4:00 pm and informed me that my son had been attacked with a knife and his private parts had been chopped off. i headed to hospital where he had been rushed  after the incidence,” she said.

The mother said that his son has been living with his grandmother in FreeArea Estate in Nakuru before the incident occurred.

“My son is not married and he lives with his grandmother at FreeArea estate since I am away working. He was still living there when the incident occurred,” she said.

She added that the neighbours said the act is suspected to have been carried out by a lover whom he was with in the house.

“The neighbours told me that my son  came out of the house screaming for help saying that his private parts had been chopped off with a knife,” she said.

She said that the incident was shocking as his son is known to be a calm man. “Although I am aware that he takes alcohol, I know him to be a calm man who does not engage in fights,” she added.

Angela Gwaro of the Gender Recovery Centre in Nakuru said the man was brought in on Monday evening bleeding profusely and was taken straight to the theatre for surgery.

Gwaro said his condition is stable and is responding well but he will be in the hospital for some time as the doctors monitor the progress.

The lover is said to have escaped after the Monday night incident.

The media was not allowed to interview the man since he was said to be under medications and need a bed rest

- MyNews24

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