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Woman suffers terrible headaches after she is fitted with human hair weave 'taken from a CORPSE that was filled with flesh-eating maggots that burrowed into her skin'

  • Legal assistant Irene Myangoh bought hair piece from salon in Nairobi
  • She was forced to shave her hair and take antibiotics after her ordeal
  • Salon manager says she has fitted ten weaves from the same package

By Daily Mail Reporter

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A woman claimed she was plagued with blinding headaches after she was fitted with a human hair weave reportedly filled with flesh-eating maggots that burrowed into her head.

Irene Myangoh, a personal assistant at a law firm in Nairobi, Kenya, paid a salon for the hair piece which doctors believe may have come from a corpse.

After two weeks, she started suffering from severe headaches which painkillers did little to ease.

When blood tests and a brain scan also came back negative, she went back to her doctor who examined her scalp and reportedly found maggots eating into her skull.

The doctor said the maggots had likely hatched from eggs contained in the hair which she believed came from a dead body, it was reported by African internet TV station iReportersTV.

No further details were given about the maggots and the doctor could not be reached for comment by the station.

The manager of the salon said she had fitted ten weaves from the package where Miss Myangoh's came from, adding that she had sold 150 pieces from the entire batch in less than two months.

 

The woman, who did not want to be named, said: 'I am shocked to hear this because this is the first time such a thing is happening to my clients.

'I will get more information from my supplier because we import these weaves from the UK, USA and India.'

 

She said the supplier may have sent her rejects from a factory and promised to compensate Miss Myangoh, who had to shave her hair and take antibiotics for two weeks after her ordeal.

 

 

Dr CK Musau, a surgeon at Nairobi hospital, told iReportersTV that he had dealt with ten similar cases in the last six months.

He added: 'It is unfortunate how the West has influenced Kenyan youth, especially ladies.

'They should stick to their natural African beauty as opposed to trying to ape what they see.'



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2481517/Womans-headaches-ha...

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Are those who are free critical thinkers really surprise about all of this?

When will reports come out sharing with us that all these perms, dyes....and the likes of maybe causing brain damage and even cancer in the Black Afrikan females that perm and dye for years?

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Are Dr CK Musau: 'They should stick to their natural African beauty as opposed to trying to ape what they see.'

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NOTE: I totally agree with the above.

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He added: 'It is unfortunate how the West has influenced Kenyan youth, especially ladies.

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When people are free critical thinkers, lien holders of their own right conscious thinking minds, non conformist to evil concepts and ideas, NO ONE CAN INFLUENCE THEM TO DO ANYTHING, UNLESS THEY ARE BEING TORTURED. WHAT WE SEE UNNATURAL, IS THE WEST INFLUENCE, ALL IS  PART OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER TO KEEP PEOPLE IN THE FALSE REALITY/ILLUSION, SO THAT THEY CAN BE EASILY BE DIVIDED, CONQUERED AND DESTROYED. MANY BLACK AFRIKANS CO-SIGN/CONTRACTED WITH MARK OF THE BEAST JUST SO THEY DO NOT HAVE TO DEAL WITH THEIR TRUE SELVES. MENTALLY ILL.

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I will be saving this video to use it along with another post I have been working on about, how so many Black Afrikan females with weaves and wigs always playing with their hair, pushing it back like she did on this video, when the hair is not even in their face just like the European females do. That is "APING", emulating.

Take some time and observe European females EVERYWHERE, long, short, medium hair, they are always playing in their hair and it is not in their faces.

The other post I am working on is "YOU GUYS". This is a European creations "YOU GUYS", and all this competitive jealousy, and envy. to be like the European females is demonic, another Mark of the Beast mentality.

Then there is the European creations call "SO FUN".

Artificilaities are all lies and deceptions.

I learned my lesson about all this artificialities.

Reparations now/Repair Now

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