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News Africa : Villager narrates how herbalist kills self while testing anti-bullet charms



Villager narrates how herbalist kills self while testing anti-bullet charms
A villager who resides near a 26-year-old native doctor, Chinaka Adoezuwe, has narrated how the native doctor met with his ordeal while one of his clients, Chukwudi Ijezie, attempted to test the bullet-repelling charms he had allegedly prepared for him.


The said incident reportedly happened in Umuozu Ugiri village, Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State.
The villager, recognized as Kingsley Ugochukwu, narrated that Ijezie, currently in Police custody, had gone to the herbalist to procure charms that would prevent bullets from penetrating his body.
He noted that after allegedly preparing the charms, Adoezuwe instructed Ijezie to position himself so that he could test-run the charms, an instruction which stressed that Ijezie allegedly declined to carry out.
Ugochukwu however, claimed that Adoezuwe who was confident of the charm’s efficacy, went ahead to wear it round his neck, while instructing Ijezie to shoot at him.
Ijezie reportedly obeyed him this time around, shot him, and he fell to death instantly.
The villager said, “A young man had gone to a native doctor to prepare bullet-proof charms for him, which the native doctor did.”

“After preparing it, the native doctor asked him to position himself very well so that he could test the efficacy or otherwise of the charms, but his customer refused.”
“But to prove the efficacy of the new charms, the native doctor positioned and handed over a gun to his customer to test-run the charm.
“Tragedy struck and the bullets penetrated Adoezuwe, resulting in his death.”
Confirming the development, Andrew Enwerem, the Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, said that the suspect has been apprehended by the operatives of the command.

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