A popular native doctor in the South East, Mr Lambert Osigwe, has reportedly died on top of a commercial sex worker, identified as Onyinye Nwosu in Anara town, Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State,
Eyewitness accounts said that the herbalist died while having sex with the prostitute in a local brothel in Anara main market.
They said the victim was a regular customer of the harlot who had allegedly offered him free sex that day even when he told her he had no money on him.
An eyewitness, who identified himself only as Anario, while speaking with correspondent of a South-West newspaper said “Onyinye Nwosu plies her trade in a local brothel in Anara, Isiala Mbano LGA and one Mr. Lambert was one of her good customers whose patronage kept her in the business.
“Most times and for unknown reasons, he came to buy used condoms with sperm from the prostitutes and at the same time, patronised his regular customer, Onyinye.
“On this fateful day, he just came for nothing because according to him, he had no money.
“But Onyinye still offered him free sex service. The man started the enjoyment but could not finish as he suddenly started shaking and jerking, and eventually died on top of the harlot.”
He explained that the brothel management held Onyinye to explain what happened as she was accused of using charms on the native doctor.
The Divisional Police Officer, DPO, Anara, was immediately called, who came with a team of police officers and Onyinyechi was detained in their outpost cell.
They later removed the corpse and deposited it at St. Kizito Mortuary, Amaraku in Isiala Mbano LGA of Imo State.
The native doctor is an indigene of Umuezeala-Ama in the Ehime Mbano Local Government Area of the state and had his dreaded shrine situated in his ancestral home, where people trooped in to consult him for mystical solutions.
The death of the man reportedly sent shock wave into the spines of the people doing business within and around the area and out of fear, all the commercial sex workers had fled the area.
According to the newspaper, the deceased’s major customers were Internet fraudsters, popularly known as ‘yahoo yahoo’ boys, who reportedly used his charms to get at their targets.
When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Andrew Enwerem, said, “I’m yet to be briefed on the incident.”