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I would have disappeared if I wanted to, abducted Anambra native doctor freed after N350million ransom

Celebrity native doctor from Anambra, Chidozie Nwangwu popularly called ‘Akwa Okuko Tiwaraki,’ has said that he had what it takes to prevent his abduction but chose not to, News Mirror reports.


Nwangwu was kidnapped last Sunday and released early this morning.


While narrating his experience, he said he willingly submitted himself to his abductors to avoid more casualties after his two bodyguards were killed.


Here Is What He Said:


“What really happened was that I was there (at home) that day, at around 11:30am, when someone called me and said they were at my hotel, and that they were spending money, and had spent close to N300,000, and that they would have wanted me to be around.


“I obliged them and drove to the hotel all by myself, in my new car. No one came with me. I was there, and not up to 30 minutes later, gunshots rented the air. People started running helter-skelter. I now went out to see what was happening, and the people started shooting at me.


“They killed two of my security men. I don’t want to reveal much now, but I know that only two things can save a man. If your charms do not save you, your money will save you.


“Anyone who has charms should have money. So the people took me into their car. If I wanted to run away, I would have run away, but I have seen those that were shot and I said if I leave, they would kill many people. A lot of people were lying down, and if I wanted to leave, they would have killed many.


“The story too would have been that the whole thing started when I came in, meaning that I was the one who brought in kidnappers. I decided to follow them to show that my hands were clean. What I did was to save many souls. If you think they took me because I ate people’s money, let me tell you I did not. If I eat your money, come to me I will give you money because I have money.”


He added that his ordeal was not connected with the sit-at-home exercise in the South East region.


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