Businessman Who Came Home For Xtmas Goes Blind After Masquerade Flogged Him In Onitsha

3 years ago by: Mister Jay Wonder
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A man who came back to celebrate Christmas is in serious trouble after a masquerade flogged him in the eyes during festival.

A masquerade has blinded a businessman in Onitsha identified as Ogechukwu Ogbogu. The man reportedly went blind after he travelled to his home town for Christmas and was whipped in the eyes by a masquerader.   The incident happened at Osete village in Umuchu in Aguata Local Government in Anambra State, according to reports.  

Following the incident, the police arrested the masquerader and removed the mask, the man behind it was identified as Adaobosi. Ogbogu is now lying critically ill at Guinness Eye Clinic in Ontisha where doctors are battling to save his life.   Revealing how the incident happened, it was gathered that Ogbogu was driving and when he got to Osete village in Umuchu, he was stopped by the masquerader who used a cane to whip his eyes and he started bleeding profusely.  

The incident happened as Osete community was celebrating the yearly oracle festival which involves a display by masqueraders. Ogbogu who was immediately rushed to Onitsha where the doctors confirmed he can no longer see with the affected eyes.  

The matter was reported to the police at Umuchu division and with the assistance of the local vigilantes, Adaobosi was arrested and taken to the station.   Adaobosi is now being detained by the police. Ogbogu who sells drugs at head bridge market in Onitsha and is married with three children whom he brought home for Christmas celebration is now fighting to save his eyes.



-- gogoman Online (m) at 7-01-2017 12:46PM
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He for stay for him alaba for lagos jeje dey sell him part.. no body dey do person for that side
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-- james987 (m) at 7-01-2017 12:58PM
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Wetin them go call this one now?
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-- chukkychukky (m) at 7-01-2017 02:09PM
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xmas palava

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-- benosky4 (m) at 7-01-2017 03:00PM
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God help him recover his sight please.

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-- akinmanchy (m) at 7-01-2017 03:07PM
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Chai see wahala

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-- ruchynize (f) at 7-01-2017 07:52PM
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flog am back e go open
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-- sugarbaby2392 (f) at 8-01-2017 11:02AM
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Quote from: gogoman on  7-01-2017 12:46PM
He for stay for him alaba for lagos jeje dey sell him part.. no body dey do person for that side

He is residing at Onitsha......
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-- mjyabah2 (m) at 8-01-2017 01:17PM
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Complete fake story.  “He for stay for Lagos jeje dey sell him parts” is the truth of the post/story. He was traveling from Lagos to Anambra when he ran into Yoruba masquerade that flogged him in the eye. Take a good look at the background and photo of the story: Igbos do not dress like that, Igbos do not look like that, Igbo people do not wear those faces when somebody is in danger or afflicted with harm, Igbo people do not wear those colors, their attire does not look anything loke Igbo.  Igbo people do seldom make clothes with local wax. Look at the children in the photo, Igbo people do not dress all their Children to go out like that. That masquerade can only be found in Yoruba, Anambra people have better finished and glamorized masquerades than this tarter.  Lastly, Igbo men do not answer Adaobosi.  Look at the woman in blue attire, look at her head tie. Igbo women do not follow masquerade to dance around.     
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-- mjyabah2 (m) at 8-01-2017 01:22PM
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Complete fake story.  “He for stay for Lagos jeje dey sell him parts” is the truth of the post/story. He was traveling from Lagos to Anambra when he ran into Yoruba masquerade that flogged him in the eye. Take a good look at the background and photo of the story: Igbos do not dress like that, Igbos do not look like that, Igbo people do not wear those faces when somebody is in danger or afflicted with harm, Igbo people do not wear those colors, their attire does not look anything like Igbo.  Igbo people do seldom make clothes with local wax. Look at the children in the photo, Igbo people do not dress all their Children to go out like that. That masquerade can only be found in Yoruba, Anambra people have better finished and glamorized masquerades than this tarter.  Lastly, Igbo men do not answer Adaobosi.  Look at the woman in blue attire, look at her head tie. Igbo women do not follow masquerade to dance around.     
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-- yawa_don_gas (m) at 12-01-2017 03:31AM
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Please please hold on, why e be say everywhere I take even when I wan hide yawa dey there?

Why why?

Yawa life, yawa goes on
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-- akinmanchy (m) at 12-01-2017 10:07PM
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Quote from: yawa_don_gas on 12-01-2017 03:31AM
Please please hold on, why e be say everywhere I take even when I wan hide yawa dey there?

Why why?

Yawa life, yawa goes on
The thing about yawa be say yawa nor dey gree

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-- BournIdentity (m) at 16-01-2017 01:55PM
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Chhaaaiiiii ndi anambra rascal idiots...


Lyf na from phase to face..
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