Some members of Living Faith Church have been kidnapped in a local government in Kogi state.
The members were kidnapped during one of their rehearsals over the weekend according to report.
Meanwhile, members of the community where the incident occurred have been advised to limit their night activities.
In another big blow to the security apparatus in Nigeria, some innocent citizens have once again been kidnapped. This time around, those abducted are three members of the Living Faith Church Worldwide.
They were kidnapped at Osara community along Lokoja - Okene road in Adavi local government council of Kogi state, Daily Trust reports.
According to reports, the criminals invaded the church when some of its members were rehearsing during the weekend.
The kidnapping was also confirmed by the chairman of Adavi local government council, Joseph Omuya Salami.
"Even before now, we had a series of meeting with the people of Osara community and entire farm centre. And I told them to restrict every night activities for now, and whoever that want to hold any activity in the night should get appropriate quarters informed and also get their approval to ensure that adequate security is provided, but out of their disobedience, they choose otherwise."
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