Anambra state government registering native doctor and spiritualist
Post created on July 21, 2022
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The Anambra state government has started registering local and allied physicians in the state to clean up the sector. State Information Commissioner Paul Nwosu said on Wednesday in Awka.
Nwosu said the decision was part of a decision made at the Anambra state executive committee meeting at the government building on Tuesday.
He announced the move after it was discovered that some local doctors were helping criminals in the state by offering them “protective charm. After we found out that some local doctors were equipped with charm used by criminals, it was necessary to list them as practicing physicians and as herbalists and spiritualists.
While the government appreciates the fact that some of them add value to health care, it is also not unaware that they have helped to imbue these criminals with the dare-devil confidence that has driven them into committing despicable crimes as kidnapping, extortion of ransom, beheading and others.
If they were convicted of such an offence, they could easily be catch them from the register.
Gọọmenti Anambra steeti ebidola ịdebanye aha ndị dibịa bekee na ndị otu na steeti ahụ iji sachaa ngalaba ahụ.
Kọmishọna mgbasa ozi steeti bụ Paul Nwosu kwuru na Wenezde n’Awka.
Nwosu kwuru na mkpebi a so na mkpebi e mere na ọgbakọ ndị isi steeti Anambra n’ụlọ gọọmentị ụbọchị Tuzdee.
O kwuputara nke a ka achọpụtara na ụfọdụ ndị dibia bekee na-enyere ndị omekome aka na steeti ahụ site n’inye ha “amara nchebe”.
O kwuru, sị: “Mgbe anyị chọpụtachara na ụfọdụ ndị dọkịta nọ n’ógbè ahụ bụ ndị ndị omekome ji mara mma, ọ dị mkpa idepụta ha dị ka ndị dibịa bekee na ndị na-agwọ ahịhịa na ndị ji mmụọ nsọ eme ihe.
Ọ bụ ezie na gọọmenti ji eziokwu ahụ bụ́ na ụfọdụ n’ime ha na-agbakwụnye uru na nlekọta ahụ́ ike, ọ bụghịkwa amaghị na ha enyeworo aka n’imebi ndị omempụ ndị a na obi ike ekwensu nke mere ka ha mee mpụ jọgburu onwe ya dị ka ịtọrọ mmadụ, ịpụnara ihe mgbapụta. igbupu isi na ndị ọzọ.
Ọ bụrụ na a mara ha ikpe maka mmejọ dị otú ahụ, ọ ga-adịrị ha mfe ijide ha n’akwụkwọ ndekọ aha.”