Release of Akwa Okuko: Latest Update as Anambra Native Doctors Allegedly Message Christians

A series of mixed reactions have overwhelmed the kidnap incident of an Anambra celebrity native doctor, popularly known as Akwa Okuko Tiwara Aki.

This, sequel to his abduction for some days now, different social media fora have gone agog with various aspects of the circumstances surrounding the ever-unprecedented woe that has befallen the native doctor. While some are sympathetically seeking divine intervention on his behalf, many are relishing in the scenario of teasing their fans and followers about the celebrity.

As the days unfold, some kind of clip that has been in circulation celebrating the release of Akwa Okuko Tiwara Aki was hitherto discovered to be one of the gimmicks to keep the public in the dark about his predisposition to regain freedom within the shortest space of time.

Consequently, a lot of people especially from the Southeast region have come open to condemn what they described as hypocrisy among the Igbo people who find joy in the sufferings of their own. They further decried the growing rate of opportunists who capitalize on pulling people down in society. “Such people are always waiting for others to make mistakes so that they could use them against them.”

De Erudite Media had reported that some suspected gunmen who invaded and kidnapped popular Anambra native doctor, Akwa Okuko Tiwara Aki have allegedly demanded a ransom of N300 million naira. This is consequent upon the incident leading to his alleged Kidnap nights ago at his hotel, in Oba, Anambra State.

Reports have it that no fewer than two of his security men were shot dead at his popular hotel, PPP Hotel, in Oba, Anambra in the cause of the incident.

In the meantime, other reports made around Social Media indicate that some groups of native doctors in Anambra State are allegedly soliciting help from Christians toward the immediate release of their colleague from his abductors. The report has further triggered more reactions from Netizens concerning the various records and pedigree of the captive. While so many have come out to reiterate that all power belongs to God only, others still have different opinions regardless of the situation.

Where is Akwa Okuko Tiwara Aki? This is a crucial question that requires an urgent answer. The general public is still in awe of the incident concerning the celebrity native doctor. Whether or not anybody hears from Akwa has remained a worrisome agitation among the people. Albeit, the report has it that a ransom of N300m is being demanded by the kidnappers the authenticity of the information still gives not enough credence to the way about of the captive. This still poses a question, ‘ Where is Akwa Okuko Tiwara Aki?

Where are the fans, friends, and allies of Akwa Okuko Tiwara Aki? It’s at a time of tribulations that the veracity of friendship, love, and care are ascertained. At times of plenty and merriments, a mammoth number of people would cling around, to sing praises of one’s magnanimity and greatness, until someday which remains inevitable in everyone’s life. Friends would disperse in different ways, fans would hide in confinement, and many would go further to join their adversaries to relish over the circumstances surrounding their woes. This, therefore, poses a question, Where are the fans, millionaire friends, and allies of Akwa Okuku Tiwara Aki?

Who says gods are greater than God? The prevailing circumstances have further opened the eyes of many gullible ones who now ponder about the power of God in their life. Some ask Akwa to save himself if he is truly what he claims to be, while some align with the believe that doctors don’t cure themselves”. Although the comparison of the power of the gods and God is to many a sheer stupidity and show of shame, others still capitalize and hide under the canopy of religious jingoism to dish unimaginable arguments for or against the reality on ground.

Do Anambra Native Doctors now seek prayer from Christians on behalf of Akwa Okuko Tiwara Aki? Is all the arguments and castigations more important than the freedom of the captive?


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