The state's commission for Police Leye Oyebade said the 28-year-old was taken in for having "unlawful possession" of human parts - a skull and bone.
"The synergy we enjoy with the members of the public is already paying off. Our officers acted on a tip-off as a result of complaints from indigenes of Olokoro concerning the suspect’s unstable behaviour and we were able to make this startling discovery.However, Oluebube says he hasn't done anything wrong rather than practicing the old African religion.
"We urged all peace-loving Abians to always report any suspected movement in their localities to the police and on time too so that we can respond on time and arrest the situation."
Speaking in an interview, he narrated:
"I am an unskilled builder and a native doctor. Our people reported me to the police out of envy. Most of them are not happy with my success as a native doctor.
"My late uncle was a known native doctor in Abia State and I decided to take over from him after his death. I have not heard that a native doctor was arrested anywhere before because there is freedom of worship in Nigeria."