Pathetic Story Of A Nigerian Whose Kidney Was Stolen In Malaysia [MUST READ]

kidney-missingWe saw this story and we thought it wise to share it. It’s touching and shocking and we hope we all learn from it.

I’m 26 years old and last year after graduating from one of the Polytechnics in Nigeria, I couldn’t get a job. I needed to travel out of the country to better my life and that of my family. I planned on going to Turkey but fell into the hands of dupes who gave me fake documents and I was thrown out of the Turkish embassy during my interview and almost got arrested.

Standing outside, I met an old acquaintance, a young guy I met through a mutual friend. I found myself telling him about my plight and how I had been duped into paying for fake documents.I told him how my dad sold his plot of land to ensure I traveled. How was I going to tell them their money went down the drain?

He then told me the best thing was to tell them I got the visa , so when my dad sends money for my flight ticket, I use it to go to Malaysia. He said he had an agent who would help me and also give me a job once I get there. He said several guys had gone to Malaysia too.

I told my excited parents that I got the Visa and would need money for my flight. I raised 600 thousand naira which was sent to the agent I had never met and was given a 1 month visa. I got to Malaysia expecting to see the agent but never did. It was 3 weeks, no job, and paying my hotel bill, I had exhausted all my money. The so-called agent I had been calling suddenly switched off his phone. It was one week to the expiration of my visa.

So I decided to step-out and find other Nigerians who could help me. I was unsuccessful as the two guys I knew way back in Nigeria were club bouncers and had no connections. Was shocked because they claimed to be big boys.

I was on my way back from one of my unsuccessful outings. I was wondering what to do when a short Indian man intercepted me. “Hello my friend you looking for a job? I have a job for you. How will you like to earn 3 thousand dollars a month? I was speechless”  He told me “Lets go and have a drink and talk about it”

I was so happy. He took me to a spot not far from where we met. It was like a private house and I saw two other Black boys who the man introduced me to saying they were also beneficiaries of the job. I was just about to ask what the job was when a waiter brought me a drink and he told me to give him a minute to bring papers which would show me my job description.

I don’t know what happened next. I found myself in an uncompleted building. I was confused at first and felt I was dreaming. But the cold was unbearable to be a mere dream and the sharp pain on the side of my belly was too intense to be real. I saw my shoes on the floor. I was confused. How did I get here? What about the job? Did I loose my chance by getting too drunk? Then I recalled I didn’t drink alcohol. I decided to put on my shoes when I noticed my legs were so swollen my shoes didn’t size me anymore..

I left the place with no money in my pocket, didn’t even know where I was. I tried to ask some Arabs to help but no one even listened to me. As I kept walking, I saw 2 security men and walked up to them. They were Nigerians and after telling them about my plight, they took pity on me and asked me to sleep in the factory where they worked for the night. They gave me some pain killers to relieve me.But advised me to go for a test the next day. The next day I told them I had no money to even go for a checkup and I was probably going to be deported as I had just one week for my visa to expire.

The elderly one told me there was a job opening as a life guard at some private beach. I couldn’t be more grateful.

I took up the job but the reoccurring belly ache which I kept suppressing with pain killers was getting more intense. Then after rescuing someone who almost drowned, the intense stress which accompanied that made me fall ill. And after several tests, they couldn’t ascertain what was wrong with me. I had used up all the little money I earned from my job as a life guard and I had no option but to give myself up to the authorities so I could be deported since I couldn’t pay for my flight ticket .

I returned to Nigeria seriously ill and my parents took me from one hospital to the other and they couldn’t detect what was wrong with me. We went to several prayer houses even very popular miracle pastors who claimed it was evil people from my village chasing me. Destiny killers they said. I was ordered to fast for 21 days and four days later I collapsed . Then my father ran into an old classmate who owned a hospital. He told him about my plight and he told my dad to bring me over.

He ordered a full scan to be run on me and while I was alone, he came to me and said” Young man, why did you have one of your kidney’s removed?” I was shocked ‘My Kidney? Sir I don’t get”. He smiled”At least if you want to have your kidney removed, do it well. You must have earned a few millions from it so what did you do with the money? Why didn’t you treat yourself properly?”””

I was confused and I insisted I knew nothing and he showed me the scan. Yes one kidney was missing. He also said the closure was perfectly done and skin was used to cover up the stitch. He said only Indians did such perfect cover-ups. After insisting there was a mistake somewhere, the doctor said the fact was one of my kidneys was removed and he told me the dangers of selling my kidney which many Nigerian youths do these days to make quick cash I was in tears and I told him I didn’t know what he was talking about then I recalled the Indian man I met who told me he had a job for me .

It hit me that that man had me drugged and took me to an unknown place and had my kidney removed and then dumped me in that building.

Now I’m a 26 year old man who put my parents through hell and I’m now living on one kidney and very ill. I keep hoping this one doesn’t develop a problem. I want youths to be careful of where they go to and who they interact with.I just found-out its a cartel and several African jobless youths have been trapped and have their kidneys removed without their knowledge ..

It’s a wicked world..


  1. This is so touching,i expect fellow Nigerian to comment on this,were are d human right activist,we shdn,t just sweep dis under d carpet,i fit b u, Mybroda i feel wt r passing thro. but plz trust God,he has a spare part,u will live above hundred,divine health shall b r portion ijn. Evil n wicked world n let evil slay dt indian man ijn, d lord shall fight 4u.

  2. This is a big lie and stop deceiving other people no matter how pathetic you paint the story. Nothing of such exist here in Malaysia and you cant find anywhere a Nigerian man does security job here neither can you find any uncompleted building without people working on it (everywhere there is constructions here,they work day and night). No one will even offer you a job here if you dont have a valid visa or working permit.

    • @ boss u are very very correct i don’t no how much dis people are been paid to cook all dis stories there is no where in Malaysia that u can get a job with two weeks valid visa even one month valid visa u can’t get a job with here all this things he wrote here are big lies

      • Hahahaha… This is an undone cooked lie. I live and work in Malaysia and I can’t finish reading the story to find out the lies. A Nigerian will never be allowed to work as a security man or officer in Malaysia. Find other ways of painting hard and smart working Malaysian boys or Malaysians black.

        Your story is fake sir. With all pressure. Stop misleading my people.

  3. There are too many loopholes in this story. I do not believe this happened to this young Man this way. He is not telling the full Story (Truth). He left out truthfull details for his own self pity gratification.

  4. Hahahaha… This is an undone cooked lie. I live and work in Malaysia and I can’t finish reading the story to find out the lies. A Nigerian will never be allowed to work as a security man or officer in Malaysia. Find other ways of painting hard and smart working Malaysian boys or Malaysians black.

    Your story is fake sir. With all pressure. Stop misleading my people.

  5. Mr man, it is bad that you sit in your mother’s kitchen and concoct some poor junk of falsehood. there’s no medical view to the description of that imaginary surgery you claim you had. if you mean to discourage young boys from getting desperate about going abroad when they don’t have anything or anyone there, go straight for a documentary, not this child’s fable. spare us some maturity here please. and for those of you believing and pitying this liar, read his theory well and see all the loop holes. this guy has never been anywhere and has just written form what he hears people say.

  6. hmmmmmmmmmmm,Mr 26 years old,i have been in malaysia for the past 10years and i have never come across sort story in malaysia.
    point 1 u can’t work with 2 weeks visa either u can’t use the student to work in malaysia.
    point 2 deportation in malaysia is not free,u need to buy ur tickit urself.
    point 3 no nigerian can work as security in malaysia.if malaysian government are ready to give nigerian security job no nigerian will do it,we have pride.
    point 4 it is not possible to remove ur kidney in just few hours and the last point please mr 26 years old nothing like uncompleted building in malaysia.if u need to visit malaysia i will do it for u free of charger.please stop saying fake stories about kuala lumpur,it is a place to tolu stop this rubbish stories.

  7. This story is a big fat lie and all made up.For the records,no Nigerian in Malaysia sells their kidney and there is no way in the world someone’s kidney would be removed without the person knowing after he or she wakes up.I believe the writer of this fable have never been to Malaysia all his life.No Nigerian is a bouncer in any club or security guard here.So,get ur facts right before posting crap to mislead people !

  8. Be very careful there… u just wasted my time reading bullshit. In Malaysia, mostly Nepalese, Myanmar and Bangladesh nationals are security men. In my 12 active years in Malaysia, I have not seen any Nigerian security guard… and na who give u licence to become life guard? If ur kidney really varnished, go and appease the gods to return them back… if u tell this lie to ur parents, I swear ur second kidney will varnish… and if u r not careful, ur heart and liver will varnish also but, it is very clear that ur brain has varnished. Ode buruku!
    Fellow Nigerians, please leave God and Jesus out of the matter of healing… Invoke Trinity and Holy ghost fire to burn out all d lies and reveal the truth… Chai…

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