The 19-years-old teenager girl, Ibiso Wilberforce, who the family declared missing after she went to church and failed to return on Sunday 14th October 2020, who leaves at sand field axis, Borokiri, has been found.
Her sister, Lundi Wilberforce, broke the news on Monday. She said that her sister was found by 11.00pm, after 3 weeks of her now where to be found.
She also disclosed that her sister Ibiso was held hostage by some Ritualist who dropped her at the same place she was picked that Sunday. She added that "her escape was really a miracle, only her can explain what really happened, we are just grateful to God for her life"
"She was dropped on the road and she was trying to locate my granny's house, which was close to the place she was dropped before the vigilante group saw her and Called the number that was displayed on the post"
" However, we told the vigilante group to take her to a nearby police station or to my granny's house which is not far from there. All this happened around halp past 11pm".
Ibiso is now reunited with her immediate family.
Everyone really needs to be careful this days, Ritualist are patrolling around looking for who to use for their ritual. It is better for everyone no to walk alone in a lonely area for safety precautions.
Thank God for saving this girl's life.
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