A Taraba woman, who chopped her husband’s manhood, delivered a baby boy in Jalingo on Thursday.

It was gathered that Halima Ali was moved to specialists Hospital Jalingo from Taraba police command on Wednesday.

It was further gathered that both Halima and her baby are healthy and she will soon be arraigned before the court for causing grievous hurt and attempt to commit culpable homicide.

Halima was paraded by the police recently during which she told journalists that she regretted her action of cutting her husband’s manhood.

Recalled that 25-year-old Halima allegedly chopped off her husband’s manhood at Tella town in Gassol Local Government Area of Taraba State.

Halima, was said to have carried out the act while the husband, Aliyu Umar, was sleeping.

A younger brother of the victim, Shagari Umar, said a loud cry by Aliyu attracted the attention of family members who rushed to where the victim was sleeping and found him in a pool of blood.

“We found his wife, Halima, sitting by the bedside holding the sharp knife with which she cut off the manhood of our brother,” Umar claimed.

He added that Halima would have been lynched by angry members of the family and neighbours but was spared “because she is pregnant and for the intervention of elders who rescued her and called in the police.”

According to him, Aliyu was rushed to the Federal Medical Centre, Jalingo, a distance of about 150 kilometres from Tella town.

He said, on arrival at the hospital, Aliyu was quickly attended to and the bleeding was stopped after hours of surgery.