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Very strange, agent of Illuminati parading around town I'm out ***CATCH ME IF U CAN***
some people don't care.
Na waah ..Nuel
You know people do crazy thing this days for money. It maybe artificial
Nice one linda
Wonders, maybe a pics.
Hahahahahaa. ..wey that LIB reader let him bring his head make i konk am for am..This is pure photoshop. That LIB reader photoshoped this picture for you gullible ones not me.
I swear na only una waka come ooo my eye no dey c bad
Damn. Some therapy requires the use of horn to drain unhealthy blood from the system, though.
Are u serious, wooh I can't bliv dis
Just like that.Abi linda!
Ask google... jor oh
Can be possible and its also possible its fake
Don't think it's real
It's a way of extracting clotted blood from the body in the northern part of Nigeria.
LOL this one is bizarre, hehehe me I would have ran away sighting this. ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA
Its a traditional remedy for backache!! D lower part of d back is slit(just little)wit razor den a native medicine is rubbed on d wound and d horn placed there. Its believed that d horn suck out all d diseases on d spinal cord!
It's local acupuncture done by mostly northerners
Ha na wa ooo
It's local treatment for waist pain, the skin is cut with blade before placing the horn so it sucks out bad blood effectively treating the pain.
Hmmmmm what a world.Another yoruba wizard.Noting we no go hear for hausa pedophile people and there yoruba friends hmmm.#sad indeed
Abbah it's just a local old school doctors solution to expel blood clotting.They use the horn to drain out the dead blood in human body. Hausa call it "kaho"
Photoshopped joor. Buh ppl (humans) with horns really do exist-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds
My God. Is there something left one won't see in dis life?
Could be a tumor
this is disguisting.
If they can invent Shoki!! Then anything is possible in Agege!!
not true jor,photo-shopped
Is dis real?
Fear catch me ooo Linda
Yes,,its a traditional way of removing bad blood from the body,,the spot in which the horn is has been spice with a blade...its no big deal..tradition they called it.
This is traditional method in removing toxic waste from the body. It could be that the man is having back pain.
Hian.wetin person no go see for diz life.afi suru
😈😈😈😈😈😈 Devil spawn. Lol jk. It may be just a medical deformity. But why is dis "somebody " taking pictures of peoples a*s😑
Yes, the hausas use the horn to pull out bad blood it's their way of acupuncture or something it will be removed afterwards.
The horn is used to form a blood clot which incisions will be made on. It is often practice by malam "fari fari; local barbers in order to relieve pain and swelling.
I can explain, itz a traditional medium of acupuncture to remove bad blood.
Nonsense, Linda see the kin nonsense u de post for here
It a local way of extracting /removing bad blood from a human being by the Hausas.
This is a traditional hausa metod of removing bad blood from the body.A hollow horn is used to suck out bad blood from any part of the body.
could this be real, it doesn't look real
This is treatment called 'cupping' in English and 'Hijma' in Arabic it is an Islamic method of treatment it is used for pain, for stroke rehabilitation and many other ailments. It is also practised in the west but they use glass cupping method instead of the traditional horn. It is practised in Nigeria mainly in the North by Muslims.
It might be spiritual, that's all I can think of.
O my God, this is seriouswww.sandalili.com
My people carry rumor because they lack knowledge.This is most likely to be the horn use by aboki to extract bad blood from human system.
It's an hausa way of treating a pile.
Northanan use it to remove bad blood from a certain spot of body, most specially for Romanism
Linda u must really take your readers for fools buhahaha
Suction. Hausas do that to suck away bad bloods.
It a kind of local treatment
Lolzzzz. Photoshop and dis is too good 2b tru.
He is trying to get "bad blood" out. It's usually done by the local Hausa barbers .
Fear of the unknown will not even allow me to take such a picture oh. God Forbid evil
And that reader couldn't be scared enough to take photos of it? What if the man had seen you talking pictures of him? And Linda that's Nigeria...everything is possible
It's not wat it looks like trust me
Lolz. This na physical juju...Victory Owhorji
Dey're using it 2 draw bad blood
This is not horn, clearly looks like a weapon tied to his waist. You can see that around his waist look unlevelled to other part of his body... see noozyes.blogspot.com
Linda from all indications he might be a northerner, it is a process of sucking out (Bad Blood) meaning any excess fluid in any part of the body due to swelling or injury. And it is performed by Wanzami( local Hausa men that move about with shaving bags). It's very common in the north where I come from.
This one is strong.. endtime things
Na day time witch
This is serious😱😱😱... Maybe an alien from outta space
I have seen this placed severally on my grandfather many years ago. It is the Hausa way of treating chronic pains and more so, to extract bad blood out of the veins. Before that horn is placed on any part of the body, incisions will be made first. Then, horn is placed. on the pointed part of the horn, there is a small hole. The Hausa native doctor will then place his mouth on the horn and suck out bad blood. Though, this will not touch his mouse in any way. After a couple of hours, the horn is the removed. It is a way of getting bad contaminated blood out of the body. It is a fast and effective way of removing blood clot from the body. Usually, blood extracted this way usually appear black. The treatment continues until bright red appears or when pains subdued.
Mayb dy are actin movies.. Enugu's second shoe designer
Godforbid hope it's not real
He has waist back pain and that's a local way of removing the bad blood.
Mysterious being everywhere...may God guide us
Antichrist are here, end time tins.
This one na end time back. LolI'm busy right now.
Linda, u explain to us
Back dick or photo shop
i have seen it somewhere in agege also,i think it's an hausa method of extracting black blood from the body
Devil Incarnate jumbo
Yea! Its a traditional way of treating waist pain. Linda take note!
No idea. Maybe his frm India..#FINEST
that stuff is for this housa native medi
Its a method of sucking out blood cloth. its a northern traditional procedure
Its called cupping....blood letting
Omg if this is real I'm scared
its called cupping... its also practiced in the middle east nd china too
It's possible, cut the mouth of the horn to create a hole, use honey wax to cover the hole, use a broom to make another small hole thru the wax, get a new razor blade, make tiny tiny cut on any part of the body you want to place the horn o then bring the horn place it on the area u make d tiny razor cut, put ur mouth on the horn and suck it until the horn is firm on d body then use ur teeth to cover the hole with the wax and that's all the horn will be there as long as you want it to be
It is a traditional method of drawing bad blood from the body
Am just passing by. I no see that o. Na dem sabi
Its posibly local version of chinese acumpucture, as practice in the north
Wow! Thanks for the Info. Have never seen or heard.#Dakinzz
Is a local therapy to suck bad blood that freez to become lump is common in the north.
Aboki usually use It for removing bad blood. Not a big deal .
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On point bro!
This is serious, but I doubt if its for real
Oh lucifa Came to visit.
I've seen the mallam in my house do it when I was younger. The guy had a reoccurring cough so one day we saw him concentrating with a horn on his chest for about an hour. It's a method of treatment which they believe in I guess.
Na wa o
The oyinbos copied this and called it "cupping"
You are on point it's common with the fulani's I have seen it severally, the horn will fall when the therapist is don with u.
This ain't strange, and there's nothing new here, it's a traditional way of extracting bad blood off the system, na wa for that lib reader sef,to think human being can develop horn at the back when animals don't.
Ask Hausas they know better
Asin a major hian oo
O gini bu nkea
He probably is been treated from stored fluid in that part of his body... I have done such before on the back of my knee as a footballer..
Reading the comments & most people say it's a traditional way the Hausas use in extracting blood from the body... Issorai! Lemme sha believe that o
Aboki how can a horn extract bad blood frm d system? Na wa oLIB ADDICT#just passing#
FREEBORN ZINALIMA , PLEASE STOP BEING TRIBALISTIC AND IGNORANT. ARE THE IBO'S EXEMPT FROM THESE THINGS YOU ACCUSE OTHER TRIBES OF. WHAT YOU DO NOT REALISE IS THAT YOU GIVE IBO'S A BAD NAME.
Unorthodox way to drain "bad blood" common among the Hausa Fulani. I didn't know people still practice that today.
Hello Linda, just as said by many, it is an age long method of reducing pain or removing an ailment from different parts of the body especially waist pain. It is called "cupping" and in Nigeria, it is practiced mainly by the Northerners: specifically by local barbers called "wanzamai" Small incisions are made on the trouble spot and the horn placed over the cuts. A plastic cellophane popularly called "santana" is put inside the horn and air is sucked from a hole at the tip of the horn until the horn stays put (sunction). After a while, the blood that collects in the horn coagulates and it is believed that bad blood (the source of the pain or ailment) has been removed from the body. Ironically, the "patients" get some kind of relief afterwards perhaps because they belief.
Hello Linda, as said by many, it is a common practice especially in Northern Nigeria in removing "bad blood" from the body believed to be the source of pain or the cause of an ailment in the body. The horn is kept in place through suction.
This the Northern ACCUPUNTURE!!!!!!
It could just be an object hanging from the fallen wooden shelf.
Na wa oooo.
Its a method used by some people to take bad blood from the body system. i've seen some people do it in the north
There is nothing that's not possible for Lagos
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