Police officials attached to the Imo state command have arrested a 23-year-old prostitute named Uche Agunta who specialises in hunting male sexual organs for money rituals.
Agunta who claimed she had dropped out of secondary school has achieved breakthrough in her chosen career by luring men with sex and at the height of ecstasy, severed their private parts with a razor blade.
Narrating her story to The Sun on Saturday, December 27, 2014 she disclosed that she ususlly handed the severed manhood to their gang leader said after cutting thm off.
She said, “I am a prostitute and I smoke. I have a gang and we specialise in sleeping with men and cutting their manhood during sex. We use the manhood for money rituals. I have killed seven men in the hotel in Owerri. They had sex with me after they have paid me N3, 000 or N5, 000. I would be on top of the man and in the process I would bring out blade and cut off his manhood.
I do hand over the manhood to our gang leader. They always promise to pay us N150, 000 for each manhood we could supply, and which they used for money ritual.
I dropped out at JSS 3. I stopped going to school when I lost my father, but my mother is still alive. I joined a gang where some ladies initiated me into a cult. Our main concern is going after male organ for ritual.
I have given birth to three children. I sold the first and second children for N200, 000 each. The third child is a boy and he is staying with my mother.
On November 2014, the man met me at Oyima Street, Owerri. He gave me N2,000 to have sex with me. It was around 3.00pm. The victim took me to the hotel in Owerri and he was having sex with me.
I was on top of him and when he was enjoying it, I brought out my blade and I started cutting his manhood. But it hadn’t cut off when he started to shout for help. Then they came to arrest me and he was rushed to the hospital. I was arrested and I have confessed to the police.”
Confirming the arrest, the Imo State Commissioner of Police Abdulmajid Ali said the suspect was in their custody for investigation before he would be charged to court if found guilty.