From Nigeria with Voodoo

Obama witchdoctor

by Jeff Davis

Here’s yet another story of Diversity from Nigeria itself.

The Nigerian website Pulse reports: “Frustrated with his inability to perform his duties as a man on the bed, a 35-year-old man in Kwara State, Wahab Sa’adu, has reportedly cut off his penis with a razor blade in a bush close to his house located at Alapa, Asa local government area of the state.”

“A family member reports that Sa’adu rushed back to the house with his severed penis in hands on Monday, 26 January, 2015.”

“Sa’adu was immediately rushed to a private clinic in the area for first aid treatment before he was transferred to another private hospital in Ilorin , the state capital.

“Speaking in on his experience while still in the hospital, Sa’adu said that he was acting on the instructions of witches who appeared to him in his dreams, telling him to cut off his penis since he was impotent.”

And what made this African think that he should obey such drastic orders from witches? How did he come to believe that witches had his best interests at heart? Are there even two brain cells to rub together inside this Nigerian’s head?

The article continues “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 manhood. It was after cutting it off that I regained consciousness. So I rushed home for immediate remedy.”

It’s bad enough we have Africans shooting, stabbing and bludgeoning people in the US already, but apparently there’s an even dumber class of Africans, willing to drink acid and maim themselves on the advice of witches in a dream.

How many Nigerian immigrants do we have in this country? And how many more are landing every day, getting off passenger jets with no intention of ever leaving the United States?

It looks like ebola isn’t all we have to worry about importing from Africa.

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