Abuja Missing Pastor Found Dead in Uncompleted Building, Nigerians React

Abuja Missing Pastor Found Dead in Uncompleted Building, Nigerians React

  • A piece of news that would sadden the heart of many Nigerians is the dead body of a pastor found in an uncompleted building in Abuja
  • The pastor identified simply as Segun Adebisi was confirmed dead following the discovery of the residents in Kubwa
  • Meanwhile, this sad development has not been confirmed yet by the FCT Police Command even as residents disclosed the family members were in search of the cleric

In what could be described as sad news, a pastor identified as Segun Adebisi has been found dead in an uncompleted building in Kubwa, a satellite town of Abuja.

Residents of the area made the discovery on Saturday morning, May 7, during a search after he had been declared missing.

A resident, identified simply as Odion Rufus, disclosed that the incident was reported to the police while the family members were in search of the pastor, Daily Trust reports.

Abuja missing pastor, FCT police command
Nigerians have reacted to the news of an Abuja missing pastor found dead in an uncompleted building, even as the police are yet to respond to the sad development. Photo credit: Nigeria Police Force
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His statement and what led to the discovery

Rufus said:

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“During the week, we dispersed into the bush around the pipeline extension area from 8pm till 12am but we could not trace him.
“On Saturday morning, we conducted another round of search around the same location, and we were in the process of giving up when one of us advised that we should extend the search to an uncompleted building. We met his body with injuries on his head looking like he was hit with some of the firewood found close to the body. His body has been taken to the mortuary.”

Meanwhile, the FCT police command is yet to react to the sad development.

Nigerians react

Nigerians took to the official Facebook page of Legit.ng and reacted to the sad development.

Big Mami Yoyet said:

"Na wah oh make God help us make them no kill us all oh rip my son."

Holy Boy prayed:

"Oh Allah! Make us die with good faith."

Abolaji Pretty Olubukolami Agboluaje

"God will rest his soul and protect us."

Stephen Howolarbie Samuel stated:

"The same kubwa one imams was found dead in uncompleted building."

Chinwendu I. Joseph Añucha said:

"Yet they will come and tell us that security agencies in the country are working."

Hamsali Saliham said:

"The same Abuja last time a Mall was found dead in the same manner now pastor.
"Naija giant of Africa full atrocities."

Adelalu Sadiku Bayo laments:

"The country with no security,the news am expecting now is that ( how much you want sell Nigeria)."

Elder Isaac Aina prayed:

"May God rest his soul."

Church scatters as pastor dies on pulpit while preaching against money ritualists

In a shocking video, a deacon at the Evangelical Church Winning All, Onikoko, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Francis Ogunnusi, died while preaching in the church on Sunday, April 3.

According to reports, the deceased was the Baale of Onikoko community, near the Panseke area of Abeokuta.

Ogunnusi was on the pulpit on Sunday preaching against the get-rich-quick syndrome that had become the order of the day in different parts of the country.

You continue to embarrass RCCG: Outrage as Pastor Adeboye’s Son, Leke calls erring pastors 'goats'

Meanwhile, Nigerians have expressed concern over the comments made by Leke Adeboye, the last son of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, who on Sunday, April 3, slammed some RCCG pastors for preaching after his father had given the sermon of the day.

As it is a norm in RCCG, Daddy G.O’s sermon is expected to be the only sermon for that Sunday as all pastors were expected to connect to the National Headquarters where the General Overseer would deliver his.

Leke who was not pleased to hear that some pastors went ahead to preach to their congregations after his father’s sermon frowned at such pastors, describing them as goats.

Source: Legit.ng

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