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Native Doctor Loses Own Life Testing Bulletproof Charm |RN

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Late herbalist Chinaka Adoezuwe

Chidiebube Okeoma, Owerri

Tragedy struck in Umuozu Ugiri, in the Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State after a 26-year-old native doctor, Chinaka Adoezuwe, lost his life.

PUNCH Metro gathered on Tuesday that the native doctor was shot dead by one of his customers, Chukwudi Ijezie, who he had prepared bullet-proof charms for.

A villager, Kingsley Ugochukwu, told our correspondent that Ijezie had gone to the man to prepare charms that would prevent bullets from penetrating his body.

After preparing the charms, the native doctor was said to have told Ijezie to shoot him in order to test the efficacy of the charm.

The native doctor reportedly wore the charms around his neck and when his customer shot at him, he died instantly.

The villager said, “The bullet penetrated his body, resulting in the instant death of the native doctor.”

The Police Public Relations officer, Andrew Enwerem, who confirmed the incident, said the suspect had been arrested.

Enwerem said, “The suspect is in our custody; it is a case of murder. The Isiala Mbano division of the command moved in arrested the suspect and returned normalcy to the area.

“The case will be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department.” (Punch)

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Police Arrest Two Herbalists With Human Skull, Hands In Osun |The Republican News

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Femi  Makinde, Osogbo

The Osun State Police Command has arrested a herbalist, Adeniyi Adeyeye, with a suspected human skull at Moro, in the Ife North Local Government Area.

The state Commissioner of Police, MMrFimihan Adeoye, said on Tuesday that Adeyeye was arrested in Ipetumodu following a tip-off.

Adeoye said, “We are still investigating. He will be charged to court soon.”

The suspect initially told PUNCH Metro that one Akin, who was living in his house, brought the skull and he (Adeyeye) sent him packing because of that.

He said he was surprised that policemen arrested him because of the skull.

Adeyeye later changed his story when he was accused of wanting to use the skull for money ritual for a client.

While denying the ownership of the skull, he admitted telling the client that money ritual must involve the use of human parts.

The police also paraded another herbalist, Babatunde Awolola, and one Ademola.

Thirty-nine-year-old Awolola was arrested in the Iwo area with two suspected human hands.

Awolola said he bought the hands from one Olakanmi for N10,000, adding that Ademola, a commercial motorcycle rider, did not know the content of the bag.

He explained that the two hands were got from corpses in a graveyard.

He said, “I am a herbalist.  I bought the hands from Olakanmi for N10,000. I buy other human parts from him also. The hands were got from a corpse.” (Punchng.com)

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