Native doctors flee as security agents bust nine Anambra shrines
Nine camps belonging to ‘unknown gunmen’ in the Anambra South Senatorial District have been reportedly busted by security agencies in the state.
WITHIN NIGERIA also learnt that nine shrines used by the hoodlums for oath-taking were also raided by the joint task force on security in the state.
According to a police source, natives who acted as informants to the hoodlums were also in detention and making useful statements.
Some of the areas raided by the task force included Aguluezechukwu in Aguata Local Government Area; Ebenato community in Nnewi South LGA; Ezinifite community also in Nnewi South LGA; and Ichi, in Ekwusigo LGA.
Other areas include part of Osumoghu, Lilu and some parts of Ukpor in Nnewi South and Ihiala LGAs.
The source said most native doctors had fled from their homes because some of their colleagues who were arrested had been providing names of those involved in killings and kidnappings in the state.
The Anambra Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Tochukwu Ikenga, said it was too early to begin to count the successes in the war against terror in the state.