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Mr. Charles Oruru, father of abducted Ese, who regained freedom yesterday at his Opolo residence in Yenagoa, said he will seek spiritual help from Lagos cleric, Pastor T. B. Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations.
The decision to seek spiritual help, Oruru said, was informed by claims that his daughter,14 years old Ese, had declined to come home after being released into the custody of the Police, fearing she may have been hypnotised.
According to him, the traumatic experience and release of their daughter was the Lord’s doing, adding that it would take prayers before she can return to normal.
He said: “We have decided to visit the T. B. Joshua for prayers and thanksgiving. When I heard that she is declining to come home, I see this as a spiritual problem that can only be countered by prayer.”
The mother of the teenager, it was gathered, was yesterday morning flown to Abuja to received the freed daughter in the custody of the Nigerian Police.
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