Terhemen Anongo, a 44-year-old resident of Gboko, Benue state, had his testicles removed “to stave off sexual desire”.
Anongo, who dropped out of medical school, claimed the decision would enable him to properly serve God.
Last year he had taken some of his manhood from himself, almost lost it his life in the process.
He stepped into the spotlight in March after personally undergoing the operation that resulted in profuse bleeding.
The timely intervention of those who knew of his plight saved the situation as the doctors gathered to pay him attention.
Anongo, who runs the university dropped out of Ibadan’s medical school had said the castration was due to his religious belief that e Because he was not married, he had to serve God faithfully.
Telephoning journalists in Makurd On Sunday the medical student turned a wheelbarrow and said: “I went out of religious convictions to remove the second. I removed it on Monday. The first one had small problems, but this one had learned from this experience and I solved (removed) it very well. There is always someone coming to put it on for me.
“I’m fine. No problem, I just wait for the wound to heal so I can remove the stitches can. “