The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has been gripped by an alarming trend, with 62 cases of alleged male organ disappearance reported within a span of just three weeks. The ordeal began with the first reported case in Gwagwalada on September 21, 2023, and has since spread throughout the FCT.
FCT Commissioner of Police (CP) Haruna Garba shed light on this perplexing issue during a media briefing held on Friday in Abuja. “The first case of male organ disappearance was first recorded in Gwagwalada on the 21st of September, 2023. It has spread all over FCT, whereby as of today, we had a total of sixty-two (62) cases reported,” stated Mr. Garba.
Astonishingly, a total of 51 individuals have been charged with giving false information and inciting public disturbance regarding this bizarre phenomenon. CP Garba emphasized the seriousness of these charges during his address, saying, “Fifty-one (51) suspects [have been] charged to court for giving false information and inciting public disturbance.”
CP Garba also expressed his unwavering commitment to collaborating with FCT residents to combat crime in all its forms within the Federal Capital Territory. Simultaneously, the FCT police force has taken significant steps to address a related issue. They have established the ‘Anti-One Chance Squad’ and have successfully impounded ten vehicles suspected of being used in “one chance” activities within the territory.
These impounded vehicles often displayed tinted windows, and upon inspection, officers discovered a cache of dangerous weapons, including axes, cutlasses, and knives, suggesting the intention to employ these tools in the commission of criminal activities. The ‘Anti-One Chance Squad’ aims to curb this menace and enhance the safety of FCT residents. The situation remains under investigation, with authorities working diligently to solve this perplexing mystery and ensure the safety and security of the community.