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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

A True Kenyan Story: A Doctor's Revenge

Not far from Nairobi is a small town full of history called Limuru. If you take the time to talk to locals and ask them about the story of the doctor's revenge, they will tell you this bizzare tale I am about to repeat here.

It all centers around this young Kenyan surgeon who married this beautiful young Kenyan lady whose exact birthplace or origin I cannot quite remember, but she was Kikuyu like the good doctor.

Their life seemed to be happy enough. The doctor, like most surgeons in Kenya was making a good regular income and his young wife lacked for nothing. The only problem was that her husband usually worked late and so she inevitably started getting a little bored and lonely, like many housewives usually do.

There was this young local chief in the area who was a family friend and a regular visitor to the house. Many times when he would visit, the good doctor would be at work. One thing led to another and soon the chief was more than just a family friend to the surgeon's wife.

The rumours finally reached the doctor who was furious, naturally. What really hurt him most must have been the betrayal by the chief, whom he considered a very close friend. Still he held his peace and quietly made his plans.

He faked a long trip out of town but returned in the wee hours, parking his car very far from the house. Now those who have been to Limuru know that it is a very quiet place that can get very cold sometimes. When it gets chilly people tend to sleep so soundly that it would take something close to a bomb to wake them up.

The doctor's wife and the honorable chief were in this kind of sleep. It is said that the doctor walked into his bedroom with all his surgical equipment. When he was done, the chief's status had been changed such that he would never again in his life be able to come anywhere near a woman. Surgery complete and stitched up by the expert hands of the surgeon so that no scar would ever be left, the good doctor made his exit leaving his dear wife and castrated local chief still in deep sleep on his marital bed. He drove back to his "long out of town trip".

Innocently, the doctor returned the next day to be warmly welcomed by his wife. Life continued as it always had for the picture perfect couple. What changed for the doctor was this amused look folks in town always gave him whenever they met him. Some could not hold back a snigger or two. Many women openly giggled while others would burst into loud laughter the moment the doctor and his wife were out of ear shot.

The chief? He disappeared. Nobody knows exactly where he went because he was never heard of again.

That's what I call a permanent surgical solution to a chronic ailment.

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got_u_shook said...
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Anonymous said...

Yaani uaweza kuoparetiwa ka umelala. Wacha uongo, jo!

Anonymous said...

The unfaithful lady should have shared the same fate. Why not?

Anonymous said...

That is a big lie can the person who posted that stroy prove how you can be operated on without filling when asleep it would only take faith ro believe....

BOBO said... is amazing. There is something called Anaesthetic....a drug which removes sensation. With a local anaesthetic, the feeling is removed only from part of the body. With a general anaesthetic, the patient is unconscious.
So kudos to the brave doctor and for the castrated man...well good luck in finding a man...the wrath of evil...hes got to beware straying men that he once used to be LOL>

Anonymous said...

As they said, the man is a surgeon, he knows a thing or two about operating on someone and one thing he is sure of is the fact that you cannot operate on someone without anesthesia.
Quite a long shot of a story, but believable since the chief would be at pains trying to complain to someone about what happened, he doesnt even know what happened!!!!

Anonymous said...

there is a high possibility that both the wife and the chief were put under general anaethesia, this can be done via inhalation or IV, for their case it might have been done via inhalation without their knowledge. if in doubts do more research on general anaesthesia procedures.

marie said...

this ought to serve as a warning and constant reminder to men not to go packing their goods in other peoples shelves!

the chief got what he deserved.
and the doctor was absolutely brilliant.
what a well planned and executed vendetta!

Anonymous said...

Well, siku za mwizi ni 40. Bt ma query is where did the chief go afterwards? It will serve as a lesson 4 other people as well. Chifu alipatikana mbaya, so dotekea!

Bbsean said...

iyi ndiyo soup story.Bbsean

Anonymous said...

Um why happened to the man? And heck- the woman is no better

Anonymous said...

Bollocks. This is a lie.


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