A youth leader who gave his name as Honourable Kalu Mba Kalu a.k.a Mallam K in a chat with ABN TV on Sunday said one of the native doctors, Udensi Ikah had bought land from an Amaekpu man in the middle of the forest where he erected his shrine, While the second native doctor is a native of Amaekpu Ohafia.
Honourable Kalu also told ABN TV that items such as clothes, and materials used in writing people’s names which were nailed to the tree were also discovered.
The youths allegedly compelled the native doctors to lose some of the items and pictures nailed to the tree in the forest while efforts are ongoing to dismantle the rest of the shrine.
While the owners of the pictures were identified, it is not certain who the owners of the pants, footwear, and clothes are.
The native doctors are assisting with an investigation on what their activities in the forest are.
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