Exposed: Abia state Fake pastor abducted girl, hypnotized , used her for prostitution for 6 years

www.odogwublog.com reports that the Abia State Police Commander has nabbed a fake pastor simply known as Enyeribe Nkwocha who allegedly abducted a 17  - year old Senior Secondary One ( SS1) student of Foundation Secondary School Bayelsa, and subjected her to prostitution while collecting the proceeds for his personal upkeep.

The suspect, 24, hails from Ngokpoala in Imo State while the victim is from Awo Idemili in Orsu council also in Imo State.

Commissioner of Police, Leye Oyebade who paraded the suspect along with others yesterday in Umuahia said he was picked up from his residence at Nkume Street Aba following a report by the victim.

Narrating her ordeal to newsmen, the victim who was nervous and shed tears intermittently, said she ran into the suspect in 2010 while returning from Lagos to Bayelsa.

She said she had visited her parents in Lagos and arrived Bayelsa around 7:pm and flagged down a taxi to take her to her sister's residence where  she was staying but never knew she boarded the wrong taxi.

" When I stopped the taxi the driver was carrying only the suspect, and when I got to PDP Junction where I was to drop they refused to drop me. He now told me that he is a missionary sent by God to recruit me into the Ministry.

" He told me that I have a gift of prophesy and that he would open a church for me. He told me that any money I made will be used for God's work, adding that he is from a Francophone country.

" But when I insisted that I must go to my house that night he forced me to take an oath with him in the car. After the oath I did not know I have a family again. "

The victim said that the suspect eventually dropped her off in her sister's house that night but contacted her later after about three months.

" After three months he contacted me and introduced me to night clubs in Bayelsa. He was collecting any money I made, and when my sister later relocated to Lagos, he took me to hotels where I started doing prostitution .

" He said I should raise N100,000 for the church building and he was coming to collect money from me regularly. One day he told me that God revealed to him that I would have problem in that hotel.

" Later I quarreled with other prostitutes in the hotel and he came and relocated me to another hotel in Aba. But in December 2016 he said I should send him N20,000 and after paying the money to him I felt worried.

" He gave me his sperm to drink and asked me never to tell anybody or I will die".

She said it was after the December payment that it occurred to her that she was under a spell and she insisted she must return to her family.

But the suspect, according to her,  stoutly objected to her request to return to her people and started issuing threats to her.

" When I remembered I have a family I told him to set me free but he said that I will die if I told anybody what happened so I went and reported him to police."

The suspect who said she wanted to continue with her education appealed to the wife of Imo State Governor, Mrs. Rochas Okorocha to come to her aid.

Adding his voice, the father of the victim, Mr. Romanus Okoli who said he lost his wife two years ago following complications from worries over the sudden disappearance of their  daughter expressed joy that he had again set his eyes on her missing daughter.

He also appealed for aids  to help rehabilitate her while urging adequate sanctions against her abductor.

Meanwhile, the suspect in an interview confessed to the crime but said he had wanted to marry her but she later turned down the proposal upon discovery that he was already married.

Police said the suspect would  soon be arraigned while efforts were intensified  to pick up his other accomplices.

Photo: The fake pastor and her victim, an SS1 student he subjected to forced prostitu
Exposed: Abia state Fake pastor abducted girl, hypnotized , used her for prostitution for 6 years Exposed: Abia state Fake pastor abducted girl, hypnotized , used her for prostitution for 6 years Reviewed by Odogwu Emeka Odogwu on Wednesday, February 01, 2017 Rating: 5

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