A 4-year-old young girl known as Aisha Taiwo who nearby her 9-year-old sibling, Malik, went with their 60-year-old visually impaired grandmother to the monthly thanksgiving service at the national base camp of the Redeemed Christian Church of God in Ebute Meta, Lagos, supposedly disappeared.
She apparently vanished after youngsters were gotten out for unique petitions at the congregation. The missing young lady’s uncle, Abdulwasiu Esuola told Punch;
“Aisha’s mom is my sister and she as a rule accompanies her youngsters to visit their grandmother consistently. Because of grandmother’s visual debilitation, it is just Aisha’s sibling who generally pursues her to the congregation. On Sunday, Aisha chose to tail them to the congregation since her mom, who reveres at an alternate church, was going to the internment ceremonies of a relative.
“Youngsters normally revere at an alternate lobby, yet being a thanksgiving Sunday, the RCCG had a joint administration in the fundamental theater. At the point when the youngsters were welcome to the raised area for an extraordinary petition, Aisha and her sibling held every others’ hands yet they got isolated while coming back to their seats and when her sibling came back to where they were seating and couldn’t discover her, he raised the alert.
“I was educated regarding the occurrence around 40 minutes after she was pronounced missing in the congregation and I quickly went to the congregation to demand the CCTV film of the premises. Incredibly, I was informed that no CCTV camera was introduced on the premises. The sum total of what they had was just their media inclusion which demonstrated just the special stepped area; there is nothing selective that the congregation has as a safety effort.
“On Monday, I had gone to the police headquarters to hold up a grumbling and I went to the Lagos office of IRT and I had the option to get a police report. We’ve been doing everything we can as a family to discover my niece and we expect that the congregation will likewise be quick in its reaction by setting up a board on this strange circumstance.
“I went to the congregation on Tuesday and an administration was going on. I moved toward one of the ministers and I revealed to him my complaints. While I was coming to my meaningful conclusion, he said he needed to mount the podium and I proposed that I should return to see him at 2pm.
“As opposed to reveal to me the time that would be advantageous for him to see me, he said irately that how might I be able to simply accept that he would be free whenever I saw him. The least he could do was to demonstrate some degree of compassion.”
Minister Olaitan Olubiyi, Head of Media and Public Relations, uncovered that the congregation was doing all in its capacity to discover the young lady. Whenever reached, the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Bala Elkana, additionally said they have escalated its exertion for Aisha to recover her opportunity.
“The young lady is really absent. She went to the congregation with her grandmother and we are as yet scanning for her,” he expressed.