Lagos Pastor Set to Storm Sambisa Forest to Rescue Abducted Chibok Girls
As the world awaits the safe return of the over 200 schoolgirls abducted from a government secondary school in Chibok, Borno State by the Boko Haram sect 114 days ago, a Lagos pastor has volunteered to go to the camps of the sect to secure their release.
Speaking with newsmen yesterday in Lagos, Pastor Sunday Adebayo Joseph of the Christ Apostolic Church said the release of the missing girls could not be achieved by the use of armed force, but through divine intervention.
He said that God was angry with the sect and Nigerians for allowing the abuse of the girls and that he had been spiritually mandated to locate the sect’s hideout and rescue the girls.
“The Chibok girls that had been captured more than three months ago can be released. The message of God is that no amount of weapons and their usage that can bring them back alive. Thus, the God of Christ Apostolic Church has promised to use me to rescue the girls, one single day, no harm will befall them.
“They will be rescued alive by the power of God. With God all things are possible. Before I go on the mission, I will deliver God’s message to our president Dr Goodluck Jonathan,” Pastor Joseph said.
When reminded of the risky nature of his mission, Joseph said that he had the backing of his God to set the captives free.
“The sins perpetrated by Boko Haram have cried to God for vengeance. God has liberated people from bondage before, so this one is no exception,” he said.
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