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Native Doctor Freed by Kidnappers in Anambra Reveals Harrowing Ordeal: Witnessed Killing of 20 Victims, Paid Ransom for Release

Chidozie Nwangwu, a native doctor popularly known as Akwa Okuko Tiwaraki, was released by kidnappers in Anambra State after being held captive at his hotel in Oba, Idemili North Local Government Area. In a chilling account, Nwangwu revealed that he witnessed the killing of about 20 other victims by the kidnappers during his abduction.

According to Nwangwu, he had the opportunity to escape but chose to remain with the kidnappers to prevent them from killing more people. His friends and colleagues pooled funds together to pay an undisclosed ransom to secure his release. The Anambra State Police spokesman confirmed his release and stated that efforts are underway to gather more information about the abductors.

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Recalling the terrifying experience, Nwangwu mentioned that the kidnapping appeared to be related to the sit-at-home order. He asserted that the abductors were targeting people with money and planned to kidnap up to 50 individuals from his hotel that day. Unfortunately, two of his security personnel lost their lives during the attack.

Despite the danger, Nwangwu maintained that he followed the kidnappers to save lives and dispel false allegations against him. He stressed that those with charms should also possess money for self-protection. As he rejoices in his freedom, his thoughts remain with the lives lost during the harrowing ordeal.

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