By Emma OBIAMIWE, Senior Investigator Correspondent, Asaba.
DISBELIEF, frayed nerves and utter confusion best describe the present atmosphere in Amukpe, a sleepy community sharing common boundary with Sapele in Delta State as the news of a young randy native doctor surreptitiously put a housewife and her two sisters in the family way. Sources said the trios are currently at various stages of pregnancy courtesy of the witchdoctor identified as Ejiro Doctor Fire even as elders of the community were said to have commenced marathon meetings with a view to meting out appropriate punishment to the sex-perverse school dropout native doctor. CrimeWorld authoritatively scooped that trouble started for the housewife Mrs. Elizabeth Ejowoh after she ceaselessly kept screaming Ejiro, Ejiro, while making love with her legal husband, Mr. Amos Ejowoh who it was learnt became enraged with his wife’s sudden manner in bed with him. Prior to when the bubble bursts, 28 year-old handsome Ejiro Doctor Fire was said to be popular in the community and beyond especially, amongst women for his dexterity in all kinds of love portion having reportedly acquired and learned the art from Ijebu-Ode in Ogun State. According to sources, Madam Elizabeth, a mother of four was said to have secretly met the native doctor and complained that her love life was dwindling as her husband no longer look her way. Consequently, a love portion was said to have been prepared for her by the native doctor with an instruction to lace her husband’s food some quantity prior to bedtime. It was further hinted that because Madam Elizabeth didn’t get the desired result, she went back for a rejig of the portion following which she was told that a new concoction would be prepared for her which would be inserted into her vagina with the aid of the witchdoctor’s penis. Thereafter, she became a regular bed warmer of the randy native doctor. In the meantime, source informed her two sisters who are marriage ages had been visiting the same native doctor for solution adding that he was simultaneously having nice time with the gullible sisters which eventually resulted in pregnancy.
An eyewitness who would not want his name in print said when it became clear that the housewife and the two sisters were pregnant for the same man, they reportedly made for his shrine and descended on him prompting youths of the community to come to his aid. According to the eyewitness, what had happened was an abomination to the land adding, “That is why since last week when the bubble burst, elders of our community had been meeting to see what can be done to avert calamity because according to Madam Elizabeth, she paid the native doctor N50,000 for the love portion and when it didn’t work the way she wanted it, she went back to him for more and that resulted in the two of sleeping. She said the native doctor handed N100,000 to her with a warning not tell her husband and that her heart is now with the native doctor and not her legal husband. Again, she definitely must have used part of the money to cook for her husband even as she had been sleeping with her husband with another man’s pregnancy. It is a sacrilege in our place. I can assure you that Ejiro will be banished from this community at the end of the day. Both the housewife and the two sister have since moved out of the community for shame; while Mr. Amos no longer attend social functions as before pending the outcome of the elders’ meetings.”
It was not too clear whether the matter was reported to the Police as of the time of this report as investigation at the PPRO’s office at the Delta State Command showed that nothing of such had been reported. A Police source who craved anonymity at the PPRO’s office said such matter was better settled by elders of the community and not in the Police Station.
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