fears of long-term complications because of the infringement done on her organs, including a cut on her bladder, rectum, and virgina, as she was still anemic in the hospital.
The Director expressed in strong terms the stand of the Ministry to prosecute anyone caught in such act, pointing out that the prosecution and conviction of Tari would serve as a deterrent to others, and advised those craving to bear the name Doctor and carrying out the services to seek formal education to acquire the requisite knowledge for the job.
The Police Public Relations Officer, Bayelsa State, SP Asinim Butswat, who confirmed the arrest, said the suspect has been arraigned before the court and is in police custody. The PRO warned quack medical doctors to desist from the act, stating that no one found would be spared.
He added that if the accused is convicted, he would be the second person sentenced for the same crime in recent time.