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Man allegedly loses penis after shaking shoemaker's hand at Kasoa

An interesting drama unfolded at Kasoa overhead in the Central Region, as a 21-year-old Pragya rider named Yusif Bukari reportedly found himself without his manhood shortly after shaking hands with a local shoemaker.

Man allegedly loses penis after shaking shoemaker's hand at Kasoa

The incident, believed to be connected to money rituals, has sparked outrage and fear among residents.

Eyewitnesses recounted a large crowd gathering at the scene as news of the bizarre incident spread like wildfire. Some onlookers, fueled by anger and suspicion, attempted to take matters into their own hands by threatening to harm the suspect, Bukari.

Local authorities swiftly intervened and arrested Bukari, who was subsequently handed over to the Kasoa Central District Police Command for further investigation. Reports suggest that Bukari endured physical assault before being taken into custody.

This alarming occurrence is not an isolated incident in the area. Recent reports have surfaced of similar cases where men have claimed to have lost their manhood after innocently shaking hands with strangers in Kasoa. Just last week, a 47-year-old Pragya rider allegedly suffered the same fate after interacting with a shoemaker.

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In an interview with Kasapa News' Yaw Boagyan, concerned residents expressed their shock and concern over the recurring incidents, highlighting the need for urgent action and heightened vigilance in the area.

Authorities are working to uncover the truth behind these mysterious incidents plaguing Kasoa as the town has already gained notoriety for criminal activities.

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