Pa Adama Aduku, Nigeria’s oldest living veteran says has revealed his potency, despite his age, and the secret of his long life as he spoke recently with the Punch.
The centenarian, who was recently honoured by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo and the 81 Division of the Nigerian Army in Lagos for being the country’s oldest living World War II veteran stated that he still has the energy and stamina to make a woman happy in bed, claiming that there are many young women in his community who have continually made passes at him.
“I may be 101 years old, but inside me, especially when it comes to making a woman happy in bed, I am still strong and fresh. In my family, a man’s manhood never dies, irrespective of his age. So, I still have the energy to make love to any woman. There are so many young ladies seeking my attention in the village. They have been calling and asking when I will return home. But as a devout Christian, I don’t give room for such despite all the disturbances from women“, he narrated.
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Pa Adama joined the military in 1942 at the age of 24 after a soldier beat his village head. “The man named Salikawa was a soldier who resorted to beating up our chief for refusing to carry his bag and seeing him off to his house, which was 10 miles away. When the matter was reported to the District Officer, the chief was advised to obey the soldier in his own interest or face whatever consequences that resulted from that. I was very angry and bitter and I made up my mind to join the military so that I could go back to the village and also beat up Salikawa for humiliating our chief“, he explained.
When asked the secret of his longevity, Pa Adama Aduku noted that it is God and farming.