7 doctors get kidnap threats in Ekiti State – NMA




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ADO-EKITI –   The Ekiti chapter of Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Tuesday said seven doctors have received threats of kidnap from unknown gunmen.
This is coming barely week after the former Chief Medical Director of Ekiti State Teaching Hospital, Dr Patrick Adegun and a nurse with Federal Teaching Hospital, Ido-Ekiti, Mrs Margaret Aladenika, were kidnapped.
Adegun kidnapped alongside his wife, Kikelomo, a few metres to the gate of their house located on Goshen Avenue, Federal Housing in Ado Ekiti metropolis.
The Chairman of NMA in Ekiti state, Dr John Akinbote, told newsmen in Ado-Ekiti that the seven doctors received text messages from kidnappers, saying they could be picked up anytime.
Members of the Academic Staff Union of , Akure Zone, had also called for overhauling of the security chiefs in the State.
They hinged the call on ‘poor professional handling of the kidnap of a member of the association, Dr Femi Omisore of the Obafemi Awolowo University in Ekiti state last week..
Omisore was kidnapped on May 6, while his driver Saheed was shot in the head and his vehicle set ablaze “for stressing the captors while being chased.’’
NMA and ASUU said on Tuesday that the Police and the State Security had not been handling the matter in most professional way.
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Zonal Cordinator of ASUU, Akure, Dr Alex Odiyia, appealed to Gov. Ayodele Fayose to rid of hoodlums in the state. (NAN)
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