How Ondo Pastor kidnapped 77 church members, used rapture to deceive them – Police

Following the salvage of certain youngsters who were grabbed and kept in a prison of a congregation in Ondo town, base camp of Ondo West Local Government Area of Ondo State, the police order in the state has uncovered that a sum of 77 people were safeguarded.

As per Police Public Relations Officer in the state, SP Funmilayo Odunlami, the casualties were bamboozled by Pastor Josiah Peter Asumosa, who is an Assistant Pastor of the congregation recognized as Whole Bible Believers Church, prevalently known as ‘Ondo Church’.

NAIJATRENDS had detailed how the casualties were protected on Friday night in the congregation at Valentino pivot of Ondo town.

Odunlami unveiled that among the casualties were 26 youngsters, 8 teens and 43 grown-up individuals from the congregation.

She kept up with that the salvage was conveyed following knowledge report assembled by police agents at Fagun Division of the town.

The PPRO added that Asumosa had conditioned the casualties that happiness will occur in April which he later said it has been changed to September, 2022.

The minister was said to have additionally advised the youthful individuals from his congregation to obey just their “folks in the Lord” and not their organic guardians.

“Cops were shipped off the Church to welcome the Pastor and the individuals from the Church on locating the Police went after them.”

In the mean time, the group of one of the casualties who were at the scene when the police agents showed up said their girl a section there understudy, exited school because of the unusual lessons of the Pastor.

They said their girl had ventured out from home since January, 2022 and had been residing in the Church.

While expressing that examination had initiated and the result will be spread the word for the general population, Odunlami said two ministers associated with the demonstration were been taken into police guardianship.

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