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Kidnapping: Nigerian Medical Association threatens to withdraw services in Cross River

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The Nigerian Medical Association in Cross River has threatened to withdraw services over incessant kidnapping of its members in the state.
The threat was contained in a communiqué signed by its Chairman, Dr. Agam Ayuk, and the Secretary, Dr. Ezoke Epoke, after its emergency general meeting held on Wednesday in Calabar.
The association said the threat became necessary following the kidnap of one of its members, Dr. Ogbonna Uchenna-Aju, on May 3 while on transit from Ogoja to Obudu area of the state.
It said the kidnap of Uchenna-Aju had brought psychological trauma and emotional destabilisation to members of his family and the NMA in Cross River State.

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Credit: The Eagle Online.

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