Rev. Andrew Akinsuyi, Canadian-based pastor organises thanksgiving for Olori Faduyile as she celebrates God faithfulness over her foiled abduction
Olori Grace Faduyile, the wife of Oba Babatunde Faduyile, the Abodi of Ikaleland on Sunday celebrated God’s faithfulness for her rescue from a foiled abduction by a five-man kidnappers on Jan. 15 at Ikoya in Okitipupa Local Government Area of Ondo State.
Olori Faduyile during her thanksgiving service at the Gospel Faith Mission International (GOFAMINT), Bethel Assembly in Okitipupa, said that it was God Almighty that arranged her freedom.
While recounting her ordeal, she said that the armed kidbappers took her and one of her aide through the waterways for over two hours to unknown destination before they were rescued by local hunters and security agencies.
She added that one of the kidnappers was killed in a gun duel by the local hunters and police as one was arrested alive while the other three fled to the bush along Ikoya waterways.
Olori Faduyile thanked God Almighty for making her and her aide to regain their freedom also thanking the local hunters, the police and all the Ikale nation for their swift actions to battle the kidnappers in a gun duel.
“I just don’t know what to say but to continue to praise God for bringing me and my aide back alive to his sanctuary today.
“I also thanked local hunters, security agents and all Ikale indigenes for their quick response and solidarity for regaining my freedom,” She said.
Meanwhile, Rev Andrew Akinsuyi, a brother to Oba Faduyile, the organiser of the thanksgiving ceremony for Olori Faduyile and initiator of Grace Faduyile Foundation (GFF), said that the foundation would be used to reach out to the poor masses in Ikaleland.
The Canada-based pastor pledge financial support to assist the foundation saying that poverty was ravaging the land and needed to be given due attention.
“I am so happy because my brother’s wife was rescued hale and hearty because by now, we will be looking for ransom to rescue her.
“So i initiated this foundation and will support it financially every
month to support the poor masses with food items to rid off hunger in the land,” Akinsuyi said.
OndoEvents reports that well wishers including Akinsuyi and pastor of the church, Dr. Richard Adesoji trooped out to the church auditorium to celebrate with Olori Faduyile.