Oliver Johnson
Wed, Sep 13, 2023 12:25 AM

Controversial Doctor in Jos Police Custody in Ill-Mental State

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Controversial Doctor in Jos Police Custody in Ill-Mental State
Noah Kekere, the alleged doctor involved in organ harvesting in Jos, Plateau State, is reportedly suffering from an ill-mental state while in police custody. The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) in Plateau State also disclaims Kekere as one of their members.

In a shocking turn of events, Noah Kekere, the controversial doctor accused of removing a woman's kidney in Jos, Plateau State, is now reportedly in an ill-mental state during his time in police custody. The incident unfolded after Mrs. Kehinde Kamal reported the alleged organ removal procedure conducted on her by Kekere in 2018 to the Nasarawa Gown police division.

According to reports from Daily Trust, Kekere began displaying unusual behavior and showed symptoms of madness soon after being taken into police custody. Faced with this unexpected situation, the police swiftly rushed him to the Psychiatric unit of the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) for immediate medical attention.

Witnesses who were present during this incident confirmed that Kekere arrived at the hospital in a distressed state, screaming, yelling, and tearing his clothes like a madman. As his unsettling behavior escalated, he repeatedly shouted, "They want to silence my daughter!" The words only added confusion to an already bizarre turn of events.

Adding to the ongoing controversy surrounding Kekere's alleged medical practices, the Plateau State chapter of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has firmly disclaimed him as one of their registered doctors. In a statement issued by Dr. Bapigaan William Audu, the chairman of the Plateau State NMA, the association pronounced Kekere a quack posing as a medical doctor. The statement maintains that thorough investigations conducted by the NMA revealed Kekere's fraudulent claims.

The NMA's statement also assures that the results of their investigation into Kekere's alleged organ harvesting activities, in collaboration with the Nigerian Police, will be made available to the media for dissemination. This move indicates a commitment to transparency and upholding the reputation and standards of the medical profession.

This recent development further highlights the broader issue of organ harvesting and the need for strict regulations and oversight to prevent unlawful practices. The case involving Kekere has exposed the vulnerability of patients and the imperative need for them to exercise caution and verify the credentials and integrity of medical professionals.

Meanwhile, in an unrelated case, former lawmaker Ike Ekweremadu, his wife Beatrice, and a doctor have been found guilty of attempting to procure a young man's kidney. The verdict, delivered by the UK court, led to Ekweremadu receiving a prison sentence of nine years and eight months, while his wife was given a sentence of four years and six months. The doctor involved in the plot received the most severe sentence, ten years behind bars.

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