Members of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) who were abducted about two weeks ago in Kaduna State have regained their freedom.
The General Overseer of the RCGG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye made this known on Thursday via a statement on his verified Twitter handle.
He noted that all of them have been released and have been taken to the hospital for checkups and tests.
The renowned clergyman however didn’t give details of how the abducted persons regained their freedom.
He wrote: “Today I got the exciting news that our brethren who were in captivity of kidnappers have all been released and taken to the hospital for checkup and tests.”
“Glory be to Jesus.”
“We pray for lasting peace in all troubled regions of the country in Jesus name.”
See the tweet.
Today I got the exciting news that our brethren who were in captivity of kidnappers have all been released and taken to the Hospital for checkup and tests.
Glory be to Jesus.
We pray for lasting peace in all troubled regions of the country in Jesus name.
— Pastor Adeboye (@PastorEAAdeboye) April 8, 2021
It will be recalled that gunmen suspected to be bandits abducted eight members of the RCCG evangelism team, Trinity Sanctuary, Kaduna about two weeks ago.
The gunmen had kidnapped them on Friday on their way for evangelism in the Southern Kaduna.
Meanwhile, Governor Nasir El-rufai-led government has handed over the five released students of the Federal College of Forestry Mechanization, Afaka, Kaduna State to their parents.
Recall that bandits on March 11, 2021, stormed the school and abducted 39 students from the school hostel.
The bandits, however, on Monday released five of the abducted student and also forwarded their demands to the state government through the released students.
The Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affair, Samuel Aruwan, while handing the students over to their parents noted that the students have been medically certified to be physically and mentally stable, having undergone thorough medical check-up at a military facility in the state.
He further stated that the state government has ordered the State Emergency Agency and the Ministry of Human Development and Social Welfare to provide direct support for the released students.
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