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Buhari to undergo male organ transplant


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An innocent young baby boy whose private part was cut off by his ‘evil’ step-mother, would undergo his next surgery, a p*nis transplant, when he reaches puberty.

While speaking with correspondents on Tuesday, Suleiman Makusidi, the Head of Medical Unit of the state Child Rights Protection Agency, at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Bida, Niger state, said that 9-month-old Buhari Muhammad, whose private part was cut off by his step-mother in June 2016, would undergo his next surgery, a p*nis transplant, when he reaches puberty.

Recall that Muhammad’s private part was cut off by his 17-year-old step mother, Bara’atu Muhammad, when the boy was barely a month old.

The incident occurred in Dafe community in Shiroro Local Government area of Niger in June 2016.

The step-mother had confessed that she took the action because she was jealous and she also wanted to get back at the victim’s mother whom she claimed was always insulting her.

We had reported some weeks ago that the baby underwent first corrective surgery at the Federal Medical Centre, Bida, Niger, as part of the series of operations that the boy would undergo before he can use his manhood effectively.

Suleiman Makusidi while speaking with newsmen, said: “When the boy reaches puberty and when blood has started flowing through his p*nis, a transplant will be carried out; the transplant will be carried out either in Nigeria or abroad.

“The corrective surgery that was done in February was to reopen the hole that was created for the boy to pass urine after it was discovered that the hole was closing back.

“The urinary passage, which was created like that of the female, is a temporary one to enable him pass urine.

“The state government is making arrangements on how to bring medical experts to examine the boy and see if the transplant can be done in Nigeria. If not, we will look at other options like South Africa or the U.S.

“We are hoping that the transplant will be successful and that it will help his reproductive system because his testicles were cut off alongside his p*nis; only one testicle was left,” he said.

According to Makusidi, Muhammad will use his p*nis effectively after a successful transplant.

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