Friday, 23 November 2012
Women feeding husbands with baboon urine to keep them
WOMEN in Bulawayo are scrambling for baboon urine which they believe keeps their husbands from straying. The urine is sold at the Bulawayo City Council run toilets at Egodini commuter omnibus terminus.
The urine which goes for $2 is sold with a mixture of soil giving it a solid look. An elderly woman spoke highly of the baboon-urine as a love concoction saying it is highly recommended to those who want to curb their husband's bed hopping antics.
"You grind the mixture before you sleep but after bathing, you then have to apply the powder in your privates. When applying you do not have to overdose because once you become damp, the urine's smell is pungent," the woman said.
In a day she said at least 30 customers buy her love concoctions and makes more than $50. She said the ulterior motive is to drive the man into adopting a baboon's urinating habit. According to the elderly woman, a baboon is disciplined when it comes to urinating.
"A baboon by its nature urinates only on one spot. Even if it travels from Matopo to Bulawayo, when it gets pressed, it will travel all the way to Matopo before it relieves itself. When you apply the powder, the man will absorb the baboon's urine and it will start regulating his bedding tendencies. Once you use this (baboon urine), just like the animal does, he will never release his seeds of manhood to any woman but to you only," she explained.
The urine is also sold in a variety of mixtures which helps in bonding the lovers' sexual life.
"We also sell this urine (baboon) mixed with nama, overtaker and zwana mina," she said.
According to Gogo, nama is a pounded tree root which is used to bind lovers together forever. Overtaker is a lovers' concoction used by a woman when she is competing for her man's love and intends to overtake her rival. Zwana mina (mupfuhwira) is an endearing charm with a supernatural power to cover one's flaws