Wednesday, 28 December 2016 10:23

Native doctor accused of burying charms under rivals home stripped naked

A native doctor Gabon Iyiaka, accused of burying evil charms under the homes of his rivals was stripped naked, beaten and paraded around his village in a wheelbarrow. 

 

Iyiaka, allegedly caught trying to bury evil charms under the home of Chief Marcel 'Marley' Nnodim, was slashed with sticks and paraded naked around Ehime Mbano community, in Imo State.

 

 

Pictured in the wheelbarrow with a stick used to beat him across his lap is suspect Gabon Iyiaka being carted around by locals 

Pictured in the wheelbarrow with a stick used to beat him across his lap is suspect Gabon Iyiaka being carted around by villagers 

Suspect Gabon Iyiaka in visible pain as he is carted around in the wheelbarrow around the village
 
Villagers say Iyiaka was already waiting an elders' trial after being caught in the chief's house just weeks earlier.

Iyiaka told his accusers he had been ordered to plant the charms by a 'holy spirit.'

But one social media user named as 'C IG Iwunze' said: 'This man is evil right from my childhood. He deserve no pity.

'Thank God today is my village market day, you can guess what the youths are doing with him in the market.

'Chief Marley is a politician, philanthropist, a well known individual in Ehime Mbano but he has been finding it so difficult to eat for the past two years.'



Last modified on Wednesday, 18 January 2017 02:00

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