The wife of a recently kidnapped pastor of the Deeper Life church has called on Nigerians for help in bringing her husband back home from captivity. The cleric's who shed tears during her interview with TVC News, described her abducted husband as her everything.
You may recall the report of a pastor's abduction in Ondo State recently. It was learnt that the clergyman, Otamayomi Ogedengbe was abducted after gunmen attacked a branch of the Deeper Life Christian Church located at Irese Community in Akure South Local Government Area of Ondo State on Monday evening.
Speaking with newsmen, Yinka Ogendengbe (Otamayomi's wife) said, "In the name of Godd, help bring this man back to me. Please he is my father, he is my mother, he is my friend & pastor, he is everything unto me."
Speaking further, Yinka revealed that Otamayomi is his Parent's only son, while she continues pleading for his release.
The spokesperson for the Ondo state Police Command, Tee Leo-Ikoro however disclosed that all the tactical teams in the command are on the case, adding that other security agencies including vigilante groups have also been involved.
Click here to watch the video of the interview.
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