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Saturday, January 12, 2019

Saturday In House Gists -An Encounter With A Crazy Person

Have you ever had a face to face encounter with a crazy person? or you heard gist about someone who did?





A friend of mine once gisted me about a mad woman who always walked around naked in the Village...One day she saw another new mad man who was going naked ,she now exclaimed in a loud voice ''So this man madness don reach the stage wey he go dey naked waka''... lol

I have had an encounter with a mad man before....

He was walking along the road and people were crossing to the other side or tuning back but i stubbornly walked on,when i got to where he was,our eyes locked and he landed a hot konk on my head and i ran off with fear but convinced somewhat that he was not mad...lol

Ever had an encounter with someone as serious as Yaba left?
Wanna share?

161 comments:

  1. I always try my best to avoid them o. Especially mad women. I nor fit shout

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    1. Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha... I give them space abeg

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    2. Yaba left escapee12 January 2019 at 14:33

      The first thing they tell visitors that come to see their relatives in the asylum is... "Dont make eye contact with them"

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    3. The encounter I had with a mad man was not funny at all, we use to call him "excuse me" because he is always shouting excuse me when he is walking, on this particular day, I was walking down the street and I heard o baby chop carrot, I did not turn back, was still doing my shakara, I heard it the second and third time, when I did not turn back, he shouted "excuse me" as I turned back, hot slap naim land my face, I ran like a mad girl. I will never forget that day.

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    4. What about mine,
      I was a little girl, went to fetch water with my sisters, after dey placed my bucket on my head n I left, I met d mad man across d road, he looked at me n shouted 'water, water, water' n ran across towards me , omo, as he came close to me, I threw d water plus d bucket n picked race oo...my friends n sisters were just laughing πŸ™„.
      My heart beat till d next day dat day πŸ€’

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  2. Lols..too many encounters. The ones on this blog is enough experience. No strength to type... I'll wait to read others.

    BTW, XP so you came on the blog today and didn't wish me happy new year okwaya??😁😁

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    1. Sky you are so damn funny and crazy for this commentπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. Yaba left escapee12 January 2019 at 14:35

      πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚...

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    3. Skyoooo😁😁😁😁😁 meanwhile we have yaba left escapee here, what else😁😁😁

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    4. My dear, the ones on this black on this blog reach to write thesis abi encyclopedia.
      You will just be thanking God you will never meet them in real life (hopefully by God's special Grace)

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    5. Sky...oh chim. Biko happy New year. Hahaha. Stop acting tough and crazy here meanwhile you no get liver.

      You want love on the blog when I know your house? Hian. Next time I roll down windows and hala happy New year.

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    6. I know your house
      I know your house....
      Is that a key to heaven? Mtcheeeww.

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    7. "Stop acting tough and crazy here meanwhile you no get liver." Kikikikikikikikiki what a subtle shade

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    8. Don't mind XP. Always forming familiarity.. You know his house and he doesn't know yours?
      Do and write epistle of fabu of how your Xmas went. Ominiknowet

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    9. Anony...drink fanta you'll be fine.
      It's called sense of humour and Sky got it. What if he replies that he lives under my bed?
      Hahaha. Cry baby, cry on.
      #pepperdem

      Xmas was sweetest. I got to our villa, since you couldn't, join me in December.

      Meet me in the next post.
      Meoooowwww!

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  3. Last 2years, a colleguec of mine came to work late and crying, she was on her way to work and was catwalking to the bustop,when a man mad from behind hugged her πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ she started crying and screaming, the man let go of her, and she went back home to change and bath again🀣🀣🀣🀣

    If I'm the one,I will just faint🀣🀣🀣🀣 when I see any man person, I give them space oh

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  4. This is a sensitive issue...people have family members going through mental illness. It is not something you joke around with please

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  5. Mama Sisi na mad woman wey dey live for one corner of the street. Na for street she born sisi -crazy men sneak in to take turns on her. Sisi is such a beautiful and playful child -na another tori be dat.
    So, one man wey live for another town come visit someone for that street. Na so mama sisi rush am come grab am o. She refuse to let go say na the man be papa sisi and say im no dey drop chop money at all at all. See as the man dey sweat like chilled coke. But the wahala be say, if you look the man face, look sisi face . .. mmmmmhhh make I no talk am o.

    Mad woman no dey reach for where her tohtoh dey o. . . for all those brats wey dey sneak in go do the do, make una beware.

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  6. Back then in Enugu, there was one whose route is Ogbete main to Ogui road and was popularly called Ghadaffi, that man was always on my case whenever I passed through until the day I gathered courage not to run anymore. He approached me, I stood my ground and when he came near I asked if he had eaten, he shook his head. I bought him roasted corn and pear from the woman nearby and from then on he waved at me whenever he did sight me.

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    1. Aha finally I've seen someone who can relate. I used to think it's weird being friendly with a mad person. There was one mad man who always passed my dad's business premises almost everyday. The business premises was close to the market, so he will walk past and stroll round the market till evening he'll return. Anyday he sees me he waves at me and I wave back. One day me and my sis were sent to the market to buy pear and corn, we met him inside the market and he waved at me. I waited and asked him how he's doing he responded by shaking his head. So it happens that he knew us very well. Anytime he's passing by the premises he'll wait and peep if he'll see me. If I'm behind my sis will shout , Viva come out oo your friend is here. I will come out and wave at him and he'll pass. Lol.
      The day my dad caught me he asked if I'm OK I said yes. I think he wasn't convinced so he spoke with my mum to talk to me calmly. It was so funny that day eh. I told mum I'm fine it's just that I Pitt the man and don't want him feel bad when he waves and I don't wave back.
      I think my mum secretly started kabashing sef.
      One day something I'll never forget happened. He was passing and me, my elder brother and sis were sitting outside under a tree. He stopped and waved, I got up and walked down to the gate. I asked how are you, he nodded as usual. I asked have you eaten, he nodded what I didn't understand whether it's no or yes. So I went to the kitchen and got him bread and coke. He refused to collect and instead pointed at my brother and sis, they told him to collect then he did. Hr said 'thank you'. That was the first day he said a word. He started gisting to the amazement of everyone, eventhough what he was saying wasn't really making sense butbhe was speaking big big grammer then and gesticulating. As that time I only just wrote waec so his English sounded to me like Patrick Obahiagbon of Benin. Lol
      It was later someone who knows him very well told us that he went mad in his third year in the university where he studied Law. Stories confirmed that he was very intelligent and was top of the class.

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    2. Awwwhhh!I got a little teary-eyed reading this. God bless your soul.

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    3. You're blessed Viva and Waka

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    4. This is so touching !

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  7. I was looking for a taxi on aba road close to zenith bank oil mill, this crazy guy was sweeping d road, he was wearing torn pants and his ikenga was out, d taxi I hailed stopped close to d guy, me na just casually stepped up to enter, d guy just stopped sweeping n told me not to put sand where he just finished sweeping, as I was entering d taxi, my eye caught his ikenga, he just raised d broom n hit me whilst asking " wetin u dey look"? The taxi just zoomed away, thankfully, hehehehe.

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    1. Most of these crazy dudes usually have big cassava

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    2. BB im sure ur eyes were fixed on it, dont lie, their prick no be here o.

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    3. Kikikikiki..... Looku Looku πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    4. BlackBerry that is to say the man na correct bed bender. And breaker. Anytime I remember your comment on that chronicle where you said the guy prick never mature I lol.

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    5. @Blackey

      But true true, wetin you dey look? No be rod wey you dey suck dey carry do drilling tdb. Why the craze man own come dey tickle you like dat?

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    6. This really cracked me up🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    7. Hahaha
      Wetin you dey look?

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    8. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ˜„πŸ˜†
      BB oooo
      What were you looking at truly?

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  8. Well my ex always acted like a mad woman,so it was a daily experience then

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    2. Yaba left escapee12 January 2019 at 14:57

      πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ can you carve out Toto and Dick from her name?

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  9. The least I have gotten closer to a mad man was one evening I was heading towards Woji axis, this mad man was just staring at me laughing. I looked at him to know why he saw me and suddenly began to laugh. But he was still laughing and I refused to take away my gaze from him. The mad man fake as if he wants to chase me, oh menh I ran crossed the other road laughing and when I turned back I heard him said, "I never pursue you dey run. If I pursue you self, you go fit run".

    Some mad people really talks fine that you will really wonder what could be their problem.

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    2. I bet you had your beach shirt and koromboot on. No vex ohhhhh

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  10. I have so many but I will share the most recent one

    I was on a bus going to Obalende from yaba, I sat beside this well dressed guy but as we were approaching third mainland bridge, he began ti act funny
    he tap the bumbum the woman sitted at his front
    the woman looked back, he smiled and said sorry
    After he while he began giving her steady knock on her head at intervals and apologising at each intervals, all of a sudden he held the woman's ear, the woman who was almost furious lookes back again and started shouting were were he too was shouting were were and smiling, even driver almost enter 3rd mainland bridge

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    1. Hahahahaha.. Your story is the funniest.. Like, I literally have tears in my eyes right bout now.. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ..God forbid!I will be so embarrassed if such happens to me ooh.I won't find it funny at all.

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    4. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha...

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ thank God you guys didn't end up inside ocean. What!

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    6. I can't stop laughing. It's been long I laughed this hard πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    7. Walahi,laugh wan kee me fr here ooo,were

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    8. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    9. Oh My!!! This takes the cakeπŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…

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    10. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    11. I am in tears o🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    12. I came late
      πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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  11. Yaba left escapee12 January 2019 at 14:30

    Reading comments.... πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. πŸ˜ƒπŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜ŽπŸ˜Ž
      Laybugsis#

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    2. Abeg share with us how una dey take do amπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. Yaba left escapee12 January 2019 at 15:31

      ...the thing is, when youre diagnosed with mental illness youre not aware, just like someone with body odour, it just follows you, in my case i believe my IQ level was elevating to that of Einstein, ppl around could understand my terms & diction anymore.
      The height of it all was.. when i asked my brother to pass me the drinking glass, in my head i said it plainly to everyones understanding, but what i trully said was "without telekinesis, extend to my possible reach the end product of heating sand made of silicon dioxide to 1700°C till it melts and containing H2O".... so you see! Before i knew myself i de Yaba left in chains.

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    4. Hahahahahha!!! Yaba Left has really left me in stitches..

      Character full this blog seriously,kai!!!


      @MARTINS ABOY

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    5. Yaba Left o ....If this was your madness, I have a cousin like you.

      His own gets too high from 12noon.

      YLE just make sure you stay @18-24'C temperature conditions. That's how it doesn't escalate to odd peaks.

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    6. Yaba leftoooo😁😁😁😁😁😁😁 Jesus wept! damn too funny

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    7. I just got Confused, again...lol

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    8. Yaba left. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    9. Jesus! YLE!it's official no be today e start, u be clown. See d way am imaging and pronouncing d words, u are talented biko

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    10. ppl around could NOT understand my terms & diction anymore.

      Yaba left oooo. Hahaha.
      Obviously you were a science student.

      You be real case.

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    11. I love you YLE.... 🀣🀣🀣

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  12. Went home for the holidays after school as I got down from the bus a mad man just attack me.started slapping me.that day I ran like never before.nor be small prayer ND fasting wen I got home

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  13. Hahahahahahahahaha I have had an encounter with my ex in the year 2016. We were walking down to his house and this mad woman followed us, shouting at my ex boyfriend how it won't be well with him, that he left her and so on. At first we thought it was just normal mad people rant and that she would stop but for where, as we were walking she too followed up, we increased our pace, she too did, we were still forming ignoring the woman until she was almost catching up with us and still shouting, indirectly bringing attention to us. When all these were going on, I started giving my ex side eyeπŸ˜’if he doesn't know this woman (you can never tell with some of this guys) or if he's one those guys that sees mad women in the darkπŸ˜‰. Well we couldn't reach my ex's house in peace so we had to run into one of the shops by the road. This happened in one of the road that links to rumuola junction in Port Harcourt.
    Just hope my ex doesn't see this cos he's a blog visitorπŸ˜‹πŸ˜Ž

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  14. The only yaba left candidate I know is the giver away bug police on sdk blog.

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  15. Years ago i was walking to my mum shop when this mad woman gave me a dirty slap and was shouting, he is not your husband, he is not your husband. Funny thing is i didnt even see her until i felt the slap. A passerby quickly came to my rescue. Terrible exprience it was, see me that was in secondary school, i have not even known man sef, na e mad woman dey tell he is not your husband..

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  16. Ok,here goes my encounter;
    When I was younger, I have always been scared of mad people that if they were coming towards me,I would change directions immediately!
    My sibling's used to tell me that one day they would sense my fear and come for me but I wasn't hearing any of that.

    So this fateful day,I was going to school,(was in primary five) when I saw this mad woman
    and as usual, I tried to dodge her. That was how this mad woman started her pursuit. Haa,see me oh. I was just screaming "mummymoh, daddym oh" while running. The woman chased me till I got to my school gate. The distance from where she started chasing me was like, from kilo bus stop to stadium. Where I got the strength to gallop like a horse that day with my uniform and back pack I didn't know.
    When I got to the school gate,I practically jumped in while shivering all over. I turned around to see her outside the gate starring at me with that glazed out of this world look mad people usually have. Suffice it to say, I didn't concentrate at all in class that day,thank God our teacher didn't bother asking me any questions, I for hear am. You know how government school teachers can be.
    I had to change route after that incidence. This is a stroll down memory lane.

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    1. Eyah such a scary experience to go through as a child.

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    2. Ivah, go to INH and check the number cos its not going through @egusi seller

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  17. Growing upone was a menace to the neighborhood then,his name was Alani..Alani would come to my mumsie's shop ,hurrily dip his hand into her carton of biscuits and run away...If you spread clothe na wahala....The day I developed courage eheen,I took a cane and we faced each other..He was mumbling his jargons while I was shouting at him,I beat the hell outta him that day..Since then he no dey look my mama shop again.

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  18. my big sis has a scar on her forehead, when we were kids we were teasing a mad woman; we call her "TebeTebe" Tebetebe didnt show any show of aggressiveness till she suddenly turned around, picked up a stone and launched it at my sis. It missed her eye by inches, since that time we learnt our lesson the hard way. we don't tease anyone with mental issues. I always give them their space if i come across them oooo. I no dey for stories that touch the heart

    Yaba left escapee, na u get this post ooo

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    1. Yaba left escapee12 January 2019 at 15:33

      You think i'm the only mad person in this blog abi? You'd be shocked.

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    2. YBL dey learn where the other mad people dey for this blog. Yaba is not aggressive na.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. 17:43 infact very sane compared to some here.very very sane.

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  19. There was this madman around my high school classmates home, this guy was known for masturbating!! When he first came to class to talk about it, we didnt believe cus he was a known Fabulous guy, besides most of didnt even know the word "masturbation"... he used the term "soapy"..
    So we went visiting him one week end, not specifically to catch the act sha, but from their bathroom small window, theres this visible backyard, & their flat is the top of a 3storey.
    OMG!!! That was the biggest dick ive ever seen b4 i started seeing what porn guys were packing! He looks at a pelarticular mag while stroking his tool with soapy water, and he keeps flipping the pages πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚... and he can be at it for hours!!!! i hear the dad made a block at that backyard cus his daughters prefered that bathroom to silverbird cinema πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. My dear I call that kind of dick"KALU".its th appropriate name for massive or ginormous dicks

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    2. Choi, those girls will get wet i swear

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    3. Saw a similar scene at water lines, P.H some years ago, under hot sun the man squat down on top median for centre of road dey stroke himself.

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    4. Na wetin cause him madness be dat. They don take am swear for am

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    5. A madman entered your class to talk about masturbation? ElohhhEl.
      No prize for today own o, calm down.

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  20. This happened in the mid 90's. My sis and her friends were returning from sec school and this crazy guy from no where ran to hug one of my sis friend a light skinned fresh girl. The poor girl was shouting leave me alone but the guy no hear instead he started tearing her clothes. It was the passerby's who shouted in Yoruba that he should free the girl. The

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  21. Hahahahahahahahha funny narratives, never had any, reading and laughing mode activated.

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  22. There used to be one that was always hanging around st augustine church in ikorodu then. He had a particular spot where he usually sleeps; near where the cele'church signage was erected. Sometimes he dresses well, other days he showed the features. He was always writing ambigious mathematical formulas on the road.

    So one day, our long time family friend came from maiduguri to see us, when she alighted at the bustop she discoverd she had misplaced the address and that time mobile phones weren't popular so she was stranded.
    Do you know this madman came to meet her that wat was the problem. she explained to him not knowing he was a madman;that day was his good day. He asked her to describe my mum she did, he then replied that sebi the woman has plenty daughters, this our family friend said yes which is very true.

    My people Do you know this man brought her to our house and told her to knock the gate. How he knew our home and that we were the people she was looking for is still a mystery ooo. I was so shocked when I opened the gate, it even took a while for me to recognize her but she did immediately. When she narrated how she located us we were so dumbfounded oo, we later told her the man that brought her is a mad man.

    After that incident, my mom tried to befriend him but we were not digging it at all. He told my mom his name is Asiri, any time he needed money he would come cut our grass outside the gate on his accord afterwhich my mom will give him money the following day at the junction. He was only friends with my mom, the rest of us always kept a straight face anytime we passed by him as we no know the day the bolt go loose.

    we later moved from there, dont know wat became of him

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  23. When I was working in a foreign paint company a lady well endowed extremely hippy came and enquired and a colour chat was given to her; she said she had a flat to paint shouting at virtually every one. meanwhile, she came with a taxi she haven't paid waiting for her. Taxi man asked to be paid and she jumped at him ready to devour him. The taxi man ran for his life. We are been paid on commission, so she is a potential customer. My colleague had to follow her to the supposed her she want to pay na some one house wey she never pay for. When, they came back, my colleague to us maybe the woman na yaba left escapee. She have already gisted everyone the story of her life in high crazy man tone.

    The next day she came looking very elegantly dressed, she was supposed to be my customer as I attended to her but I noticed she was insane and I ran. So, my male colleagues were attending to her. She, asked them about me and was told I wasnt available; her respond was that she knew I was hiding from. She request again for paint and she was told to pick colour and pay. Crazy woman begin shout say we set crazy for telling her to pay. Was talking plenty Omo I dey de upstairs I no fit shout. Na by Gods grace she talk comot. Most people you see that's gorgeously dressed are seriously insane. eg Tonto dike.

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    1. This is totally wrong, why memtion her name,

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    2. You spoilt everything you wrote with that e.g at the end. Live and let live. Imagine someone telling a story about mad people and using you as example. Not everyone is gentle

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    3. Just one thing can destroy a thousand words from your mouth.
      In trying to mock and denigrate someone, you lowered yourself flat to the ground by your words. Learn to bridle your mouth.

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  24. Rag day is a day in University set aside to dress rugged and ask for help or money from family, friends and mostly strangers.

    I was in my 2nd year in University and that was to be my 1st rag day. My friends and l decided to head down to Onitsha Main Market. We dressed like "mad people". Torn cloths,different colour of shoe, paints on our faces and all. So we have reached the market and started the tour when in a split second a heavy blow landed on my stomach Lo and behold mad man. I shouted " Blood of Jesus" and started crying. The mad man said that serves you right as you don't know I owe this territory and would have come to greet me 1st before anything.

    The thing pain me ehnn. My friends laughed at me very well saying I don get husband. I knew it was bad luck and months later my life turned 360 degrees for the worse.

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    1. Aaaaaww sorry. Never participated in the rag day ish. Na so mad man chase my sister and her friends when they had their own rag day.

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    2. Rag day?unah dey try...i can't try it even in my imagination

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    3. That was one.activity I never participated in while in the University.

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  25. One popular mad man went very close to a young girl in my church, long a ago (the girl should be about 24 now, slaying in the gram). She screamed and went hay wire. I witnessed it and I think he attempted kissing her. The mad man had done the same thing to me when I was about the girl's age then. I was waiting at my gate after ringing the bell, he was approaching closer to me, I wasn't sure of the next step to take. I was kinda frozen, I remember his beards making contact with my face before I screamed and ran.(I had hoped someone would have responded to the gate bell before he got too close; well it was too late.
    Another experience was in Ebonyi,I got a huge painful punch in my stomach which I did not see coming.I stopped in my tracks, looked behind and saw it was a mad man (they were plenty then in Ebonyi).
    Me,my cousin and his friend encountered one mad lady. This friend told my cousin 'see your friend' and true, she was my cousin's course mate in the university. When the thing started then, they had no idea she would enter the streets then. They did what they could, she would be sited one place, but attempt to capture her could not be made, her parents lived in another state. This last sitting happened like 10years ago.
    The other one I'd like to share, Stella has published it in IHN long time ago and I remember a commenter hailing me for my lying skills. I was on a bike, and the bike man gave a loud exclamation, of course my gaze was turned to the object of excitement. The bikeman sighted it from far, it was a naked young guy walking along the gutter slabs, a very long thing which happened to be his dick was just swaying anyhow. And the dick length was below his knee - no exaggeration. I thought of coming down from the bike as the remaining part of the journey was just 15minutes walk to my house. I wanted a pictorial evidence, but I went home instead

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  26. the experience I had was a sad one, we were coming from vigil at night, and one mad man grabbed my aunt from the back, we were all shouting for help but nobody came,he tore her dress and forcefully enter her
    going anon on this

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    1. But can a man without a weapon single handedly rape a woman in an open place? What where you doing at the moment? Just thinking how he was tearing her cloth and she was still standing there, then removed her undies before the act. How possible could that be for him alone? Didn't your aunt pull a resistance to it? Trying to get a mental picture of it all.

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    2. And all of you there could not gang up against him???

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    3. So you guys just stood there looking and watching free porn. none of you could even get a plank or a stone or even use your shoe to hit his head

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    4. U shld have stone him on d head

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    5. This is very sad,so none of you could help her ...

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    6. Teejay, you never jam mania patient. Their energy is out of the world

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  27. Years back after the exams,my friends and I were going home,actually I was suppose to go to my house but decided to go with them cos majority of my clique were staying same area .
    There was this mad man,that was always along this particular route they take home,we were gisting and laughing walking, mad man was walking towards us,we didn't notice.when he got to where we were,the next thing we heard towai on one of my friend's face...omo OSO UNDU,we all took off for our dear life didn't know I could run so fast as in Usein Bolt,my heels were touching the back of my head.we all took different route,every girl for herelf.suprisingly we all got to chinyere's house.
    LOL after every we started laughin and describing how every one ran...πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ since then ehn I see any mad person,I just respect myself

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  28. There use to be one mad woman living behind my house then, she was popularly called kikewere i.e kike the mad, the house were she stays then was a collapsed building that belonged to her father, well the building was renovated by her siblings but unfortunately for the tenant that rented the room that used to be hers( kike were) it was always a war between them, the tenant eventually had to pack out and nobody ever took that room there after....
    Just wondering if she's still alive Because from history I was told she is of the same age agree with my grandma she was always chasing children with cane then never had any encounter with her though...

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  29. I encountered 2 at extreme axis of a place called Ugwu John by Upper Chime Avenue in New Haven.

    Needed to collect a bunch of keys from a nearby store down the hill, not knowing that the slope leads to a bush where they gather.One followed me then blocked my way(The female),"Aunty aunty that my brother over there is calling you". I ignored her, she looked dirty with much make up and tattered wig. I stopped she stopped, I moved she moved. Hian. Few meters away I said ok, let's go let me see him. Beside a shop she pointed at him seated and sucking an orange, I said "hey what do you want from me?" then he got angry that why did I delay before reporting he just wanted to tell me that " I forgot my breast at home" haaaaaa.
    I flipped eeh and was like "see as e be, go baff jor". People around started laughing. God I para eh. Then the crazy lady touched me and said we are clean o, we don baff. She turned her backside at me lifted her large skirt, parted her blue panties and said "anyi di ocha, nekwia okwa ochapuru, ochapukwaa" (look at it, is it clean?). Her vjay. Aarrgghh!
    I don't know how I got home that day.

    Not been to that Okolie street and environs for a decade. Anywhere I sight a mad person, I change lane sharp sharp.
    God!


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    1. Kikikikiki.. ..I don't understand the igbo part but I know it's funny πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      Happy new year momma....Welcome back 😘

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    2. Thanks Orente.
      Make the mola

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    3. ChoiπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  30. I usually enter and exit Uniben using Ubth gate, since I stayed in Osasogie. Then there bikeman stationed at the gate, and also on the other side of Fggc road. On this particular day, heading back to my hostel which wasn't far from the Hospital's back gate, there was only one bikeman on the other side. I noticed he was muttering and calling my attention, but it didn't make sense. His hand was moving, he kept saying 'Sister come rub am, come rub am, put am for your armpit, you go put am for your armpit'
    I had seen his hand moving with my peripheral vision, I had to turn my central gaze down and saw this bike man has his whole huge dick out and was stroking it. I increased my pace, (it was a narrow path) he kept following with his bike slowly, repeating those same words. I didn't run but i increased my pace. I quickly turned at the next junction to my hostel and he rode his bike straight ahead. The only thing I could think of that day was that, that guy would end up raping someone, and a minor in particular

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  31. This happened some years back, we heard noises outside so we went outside to see whats going on, only to see two mad people having sex in broad daylight doggy style!
    It was a double lane and they were on the divider, she was holding onto the streelight pole.
    People tried to separate them by hitting them with stick, but the body wants what it wants. They kept seeking each other.
    This other one happened last year,i was in traffic and i saw this mad man, he was walking in the opposite direction when this woman passed him, immediately he started shouting at the woman. Nwanyi a, gawara owe gi oh biko, he was saying it and making this dramatic hand gesture. The startled woman started running pleading the bloodπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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  32. I have had an encounter with one o. this one was always coming to my mummy's shop then as kids,we call him baba ewe. This man would dance and make us laugh... his mood usually changed then though; sometimes he'll play with us and sometimes he'll become fully mad
    one day he was playing as usual and we the kids were hailing him, all of a sudden this man change mood o and I was the unlucky victim. He carried me and ran away. Y'all needed to hear the way I was screaming Ehn and the remaining kids ran away
    When he finally dropped me and ran away I don't know how I got to my mummy's shop (and to think she left me in the shop and went to the market and warned me not to reach his side),for days sef I no get myself... I was just crying and they started calling me Iya ewe. For days, my mummy locked me at home and if I'm in her shop, I'm not allowed to come outside
    Another one was on my way back from school, I and my friends saw this mad man solving maths on the floor (Na correct maths o). It was later they made us to know that he was actually a student that got mad suddenly

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    1. He carried you and ran away πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  33. A mad woman once slapped big bro on his eye outside the church. He was trying to hold the church gate from closing as dad was trying to re-park the car. His slapped eye was swollen for days. We were still kids then.

    Another ecounter was late last year on my way to work. In fact very close to my office. I was walking on my own minding my lane when this mad man just sprung out from nowhere and started muttering get out get out. I ran for my dear life and holding my poor heart from falling.

    Yesterday on my way back from work I saw a mad woman with long cane. I just respectfully crossed to the other lane. No strength for drama biko.

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  34. So at King's Square in Benin, I was heading to First bank. I saw a guy urinating at one of those crossings (probably Forestry road).There was nothing shielding him at the sides from public view. I was filled with disgust on how someone can be so stupid, when there are people coming from left, right, centre. The guy joined me to finish my crossing and made some remarks, I only realized a few seconds later, the guy was berating me for looking at his thing while urinating.

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  35. Meanwhile in some other countries they would be in a mental care facility, receiving drugs or undergoing treatment.

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    1. You think its free?
      So why do think they have homeless people

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  36. hahhI remember when I came back from school that year, in front of my mummy shop then there is this mad woman that i's in that area. I never knew this mad woman have been noticing me, that Is how she came one day to me. Aunty please can I have that novel you are reading the other day, I was really shocked , that is how I now gave her the novel ohhh, come and see drama, after that particular novel , the mad woman came for more novels ohhh, that is how I became friend with a mad woman, she will come around anything I came back from school, not until I came back one semester, they said my mad woman friend gave birth to a baby girl, guess the child name ............. . We relocated to another state after . .Una good afternoon.

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    1. Lol. It may be that she wasn't totaly mad. She still understood things happening around her.

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    2. Ahhhh...guess she named her after you !

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  37. Ah!! Plenty experience with them will I was on rotation at uselu psychiatric hospital. I run taya, just got used to it over time. Now once I sight one on the street, I simply avoid them as much as I can.

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  38. Remembering my experience with the yaba left guy I encountered some years ago makes me laugh, but then it wasn't funny at all. I had just left Secondary School and had gone to visit my friend along Ahmadu Bello Way in Jos. I was jejely walking around the Pedestrian Walk when I suddenly heard loud sound and then a thunderous blow in the middle of my back. I turned back to see who had hit me but didn't see anyone. I then turned forward again, only to see a young mad guy walking briskly infront of me and looking elsewhere like he didn't do anything. I was about confronting him when I suddenly looked closely and saw that the guy head no correct at all. I took off in fear like someone was after me. Since then, I run off when ever I see any mad man. I no fit shout Abeg!

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  39. For people familiar with ago palace way okota, there's a busstop there; century. For some months now There's been a guy there who has turned himself to traffic warden. Mentally challenged guy o, but he does the job well. So on this day, he stopped some cars, the car closest to him was driven by a woman who wound down her glass, na so this madman shook head for car plant kiss for madam face o. See shock🀣🀣🀣🀣 that day.

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    1. Lol...i know the guy, very light skinned guy
      He no dey use eye see beautiful women..he only helps women to cross road
      One day he sighted me from afar and was shouting Nwanyi oma!!!!

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    2. Lol... I mostly see him around Grandmates and he's actually quite helpful because I can't cross on my own.

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  40. Iya ewe I celebrate you. This your own made me laugh!!!

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  41. My first time of seeing two people gbensh was from two mad people living in my area back then in secondary. I dont know if they were couples before they became mad or they met but both of them were naked and always gbensh in public. They were later chased from the community when they gbenshing became unbearable. Lol

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  42. Martins, please how do I get my ID back correctly. I don't know what I pressed and everything changed. Please help😭

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  43. In my finals, i was going to ekenwan campus. I dropped from the shuttle to walk down ebo street to enter a bus going to ekenwan road, few steps and someone slapped me from the side. I turned and it was a mad man asking whether i was mad, i was just looking at him. The guys around the junction told me to walk away that he's known for hitting people. My friends couldn't stop teasing me for days.

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  44. Laugh don finish me

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  45. When I was in secondary sch, I met one mad woman, I never knew she noticed that I looked at her. As I walked pass her, she turned and hit me on the head and asked'kedu ihe I na- enerem anya'.My elder sister's encounter was the day she was sleeping in the coy car waiting for the driver, a mad man came and tapped her and asked, 'I mamu na WOLIWO?'

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  46. One flogged me on my way back from boarding school. People were screaming runnnnnnn. Na so i pick race....

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  47. My cousin saw a mad man in the morning in lagos he turn to her and asked her "give me money,they don't want you to marry" but she refused and headed to the park going to delta,getting to delta in the evening another mad man meet her and said the same thing she refused,she told her pastor he said it has a deep mean and that she should have given him. She's close to 50 now not married could it be sign.

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  48. I just want to know why there are so many in Warri

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  49. As a psychiatrist I encounter them on a daily

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  50. Chai NEPA would not let me shine, see the time that I came to read comments. Oluwa pls provide a good generator for me this year.
    My own encounter

    I had just entered higher institution and went to buy food at a popular joint one evening. As I approached, I saw this young woman at the front. I never knew she was a mad woman cos she dressed a bit neat ( I later learnt she had just had a change of clothes then).
    She approached me , greeted me with bended knees and asked me to bring my polythene bag, in my stupid mind I was like 'these people really mean business, they have people who meet customers as they approach the door and collect plates from them' I joyfully gave her my polythene bag that contained my food flask. All this while, a guy standing outside was giving me sign to move away from her but I thought he was an admirer who was making one of those funny faces. The next I heard was a loud 'tawai!
    It was a thunderous slap on my face, surprised, I quickly moved away from her as she made to dash me another one, passersby were now shouting 'were ni' she is a mad person', I started running. She chased after me, I threw my slippers away and ran a distance of over 2 kilometres to my hostel. I did not pass in front of that restaurant again till I graduated.

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  51. I try not to walk close to them, I avoid them I don’t like their wahala.

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