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Breaking: Celebrity Native Doctor In Anambra State, Akwa Okuko Tiwaraki Kidnapped, Two Of His Guard Killed

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The abduction of popular Anambra State-based native doctor, know as Akwa Okuko Tiwaraki, aka, Ego di na Boot, an indigene of Idemili North Local Government Area of the state has been confirmed by police authorities, NjenjeMediaNews (@MediaNjenje) reports.

The native doctor, who is popularly known as Akwa Okuko Tiwaraki, was said to have been kidnapped from his hotel in Oba community last night. The ease of his abduction has put a question mark on his rumoured strength, as many people are reported to flock his mansion in Oba for anti-bullet charms and other money rituals.

 

Two of his securities men were shot dead and his kidnappers are yet to be identified. Akwa Okuko Tiwaraki is also regarded as the youngest and richest native doctor in Anambra. He had in 2022 built and launched two hotels, regarded as the biggest in Oba, where popular businessman, Obinna Iyiegbu alias Obi Cubana hails from.

According to the Anambra state police spokesperson, DSP Toochukwu Ikenga, “the incident happened around 11:30pm last night”. He also informed NjenjeMediaNews that the Commisioner of police in Anambra state, CP Aderemi Adeoye has ordered the police operatives “go after his abductors and ensure his release,” he said.

The police authorities have started investigations into the abduction of the native doctor and are working towards his safe return. The public is urged to provide any information that could lead to the arrest of the kidnappers and the safe return of Akwa Okuko Tiwaraki.

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