Unfortunately, the love charm was too powerful [and probably fake] hence it has left the man, a practicing medical doctor, impotent.
Police spokesman in the state, Mr. Famous Ajieh, confirmed that the suspects, who are cooling off their heels at present at the stateCriminal Investigation Department (CID), were alleged to have connived to render thevictim (the woman’s husband) impotent with love charms.
He said that the suspects – Mrs Ebere and thenative doctor, identified as Ojokwu - upon interrogation had confessed to their acts, adding that the victim, a well known medical practitioner, had been having problems with his wife.
According to him, the woman had sought help from the native doctor around Ugbolu community near Asaba when the bubble burst. She was said to have in a desperate mood consulted a friend who introduced her to thenative doctor who charged her N250,000 and she made an advance payment of N150, 000.
What was supposed to be love charms to turn off the husband from other women, eventually backfired when the man's attempt to make love with the wife failed. He tried severally but to no avail.