Mr. Charles Oruru, father of the abducted Ese Oruru, who regained freedom on Tuesday has declared that he will seek spiritual help from Lagos cleric, Pastor T. B. Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations.
His decision to seek spiritual help from the renowned prophet came on the heels of his 14 year-old daughter’s inability to come home after being released into the custody of the Police, as he feared that she may have been hypnotised.
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He also blamed her defiant stance to come home on the trauma experienced, adding that it would take prayers before she can return to normal.
He said: “We have decided to visit the T. B. Joshua for prayers and thanksgiving. When I heard that she is declining to come home, I see this as a spiritual problem that can only be countered by prayer.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Oruru, has indicted the Emir of Kano, Mallam Muhammadu Sanusi II, in his daughter’s travail.
Oruru, in a recent interview said Sanusi deserved no credit in the eventual release of Ese “as he only bowed to pressure from Nigerians”.
Oruru said, “The Emir did not play any role there. All security agencies in Yenagoa and in Abuja were also part of those who refused to help.
“That is the truth because when we got to Kano, we were told that the Emir had written a letter that the girl should be released on August 26, 2015, and this was not done.
“They wanted to keep the girl in Kano, but the pressure was everywhere after the whole world had heard about the matter, so he knew that if he didn’t release the girl, it would lead to a big problem.”
The Emir of Kano had on Monday refuted claims that he sheltered Ese, saying he had ordered that the girl be taken to her parents since 2015.