Renowned artist, Elson Kambalu, says he wants to document a film that delves deep into issues of genital enlargement using traditional concoctions.
Kambalu is requesting men that have undergone this kind of process to contact him for a sharing interviel.
“The film documentary is researching the assistance of traditional medicine to people on the issues of genital enlargement or enlargement of men’s sexual organ,” he says.
Kambalu says he would love to chat and share experiences with men that have used this kind of medication.
“I also would love to chat and share with willing traditional medicine people who have administered such assistance,” he pleads, offering his contact number as 09 99 855 806 and email address [email protected].
Speaking in an interview with Nyasa Times, Kambalu added that he has already received numerous phone calls, with some men challenging that many of these traditional healers just cheat them as the manhood does not improve in size.
“Some respondents have called to say the support is not helpful at all, some say they would love to meet me and discuss. It is so funny a compilation that I know everyone would love to see it once done. My market is the global community,” he revealed, adding that it will be a short 1 minutes piece of work with a great deal of substance so that it cannot bore or lose interest in the people watching.
“Importantly it is the psychology behind why men seek for enlargement. Most men, about 70%, think their bed performance has something to do with manhood size, but with what I have read, most women have nothing
to do with size. So I will also interview women to get their deeper perception about that. What is the perception behind the craze, really,” he told Nyasa Times.
Some of the targeted resource people includes hospitals and formal medical centers to find out if they offer such services and why they are not preferred over the informal traditional healers.
Kambalu is known for paintings and works of art and runs an art gallery in the capital city, Lilongwe.
There are many alleged situations where some men have sought traditional medication to enlarge their manhood with a view of satisfying their female partners. Some do so only to go and ‘punish’ women who have at one point embarrassed them by accusing them of having a manhood that can never satisfy their sexual desires.
Some herbs that are known to have been used are sausage tree fruit (mvunguti) and ma-chen** a kalulu (rabbit balls) – a small red fruit found growing freely in some parts of the country.
Relatively, Malawian men have also been allegedly said to be loved by South African, Zambian, Namibian, Botswana, Zimbabwean and Lesotho women for their large sexual organs and lasting power, all courtesy of traditional herbs support.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :