The days are really evil! A friend of mine who resides in Lagos recently narrated his close-shave experience in a human body parts market. He was trying to get some school stuff for his children before the schools reopened, and had contacted his customer for this purpose. On his way to the market, somewhere in Lekki area according to him, while trying to locate his customer, he entered into a street thinking he was heading in the right direction, but he noticed that once he stepped into that street, he started feeling really awkward and was no longer his usual self. And as he continued walking down, someone came to him and asked him which one he wanted, but he couldn't understand what the person meant, however he replied that he was there to meet somebody. Another guy walked up to him and asked him a similar question, but this time was more descriptive, however he couldn't still grasp fully what was going on and still told him the same thing, that he was there to see a friend. It was after the next person came and I think asked him if it was the eye or ear he wanted, that it then dawned on him that he had actually stepped into a forbidden zone in the market where they sold human body parts! It now began to make sense the awkward feeling he began having immediately after stepping into that zone, so it was now for him to figure out how to get himself out of the zone before they noticed that he was actually a stranger who missed his way, and not a human parts costumer as they had assumed him to be. That was how he managed and then finally got himself to the end of the street, and it was only after he stepped out of it, that he said, he immediately got back himself. After finally locating his friend, his worst fears were confirmed. He was told that he was very lucky to have gotten out of that street alive, because for strangers who mistakingly step into that zone, that's usually their last... They would be forcefully taken and butchered without much fuzz, and their body parts would be added to the ones already there for sale. The human body parts market was called "Jankara", and my friend kept saying that it was only God who saved him otherwise he would have become history. For those who still doubt the existence of such human body parts markets in reality, I hope it doesn't happen to you first before you believe, because the days are really evil and the hearts of men are desperately wicked. Thank God my friend was fortunate to have made it out alive but not many live to tell their own story. Here's the video of someone else's who was fortunate to make it out alive from another dreadful place, somewhere in Rivers State where human body parts were being sold. #Endritualkillings #Endhumansacrifices #Enoughisenough #Nigerianlivesmatter God bless.