Alabo said that the suspects, alongside Kekere, were currently in Police custody and were being investigated.
Kekere, a suspected fake doctor, was recently arrested after he was accused of harvesting a woman's kidney during surgery.
Alabo, who did not disclose the identity of the two suspects, added that the Commissioner of Police in the state would soon constitute a high-powered committee of medical experts, to extensively investigate and examine the woman who claimed Kekere removed one of her vital organs during a surgery.
The PPRO said that the move would enable the command to ascertain if truly the vital organ of the victim was tampered with.
“We have arrested two additional suspects who actually conducted the surgery on the said woman.
“The Commissioner of Police will constitute a committee of seasoned medical experts to look into these allegations with a view to getting to the root of the matter,” Alabo said.
He further explained that investigation so far had revealed that Kekere was not a trained medical doctor as he had been parading himself.
Kekere was arrested by the police after a businessman, one Alhaji Kamal, accused him of removing one of his wife's kidney during surgery in 2018.
Kamal said that his wife, Kehinde, who had been suffering from chronic stomach pain for five years, was rushed to Kekere's clinic located in the Nasarawa Gwom Community of Jos North Local Government Area.
According to him, Kekere carried out a medical diagnosis on his wife and concluded that she had ruptured appendicitis and needed urgent surgery which led to an operation.