Ibeleji Chidinma, a deaconess in the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has narrated her experience in the hands of kidnappers and how she gained freedom from them on Saturday.
According to her, she was kidnapped alongside four other passengers on Friday along the Benin-Sagamu expressway in Ogun state while travelling from Southeast to Lagos.
She said she was then taken to the forest but was rescued in the early hours of Saturday and taken to the command’s headquarters in Abeokuta.
Speaking at the ministers’ conference on Saturday, she said she prayed that her abductors would sleep and they did — and that was how she was able to escape.
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Narrating her testimony in Chruch, she said, “I was kidnapped by Fulani herdsmen on my way to the camp from Abia State. After they took me into the bush, I prayed that my abductors would sleep and they did,” she said.
“I then started walking away from the place. I walked for three hours before I found a commercial motorcyclist.
“I explained my predicament to him, and he volunteered to help me to a police checkpoint not far from where I had emerged from the forest.
“The policemen took me to the Ogun State Police Command, where I provided useful information that led to the rescue of the four remaining victims.”