Ogun: Nursing mother burnt as traditional worshippers clash with white garment church

A white garment church was allegedly set ablaze during a vigil by traditional worshippers at Almaroof bus-stop area of Agbado, Ogun State.

The incident was said to have occurred on Friday night following a clash between the traditional worshippers and members of the white garment church.

Some members of the church reportedly sustained various degrees of burnt when the church was allegedly set ablaze during a vigil.

According to Vanguard, sources said that the vigil of the white garment church coincided with routine rituals of these traditional worshippers.

It was gathered that the traditional worshippers through occultic means set the church ablaze when the church wasn’t ready to stop their service.

One of those that got burnt during the fisticuffs was a woman said to be a middle aged nursing mother, who is currently on an intensive care at a private hospital, while leaving a 15-year-old girl, identified as Abisoye Oyinkansola Adekoya, said to be living in the church homeless.

Abisoye relocated to the church some years ago after losing her parents.

It was learnt that after the death of her parents, Abisoye was left with no other option than to be squatting in the church since there was nowhere else for her to live.

Vanguard reported that reliable source said Abisoye will be 16 years in December, 2022.

Sympathisers in the area where the burnt small church was located are now appealing to spirited individuals to come to the rescue of Abisoye by relocating her to a secured place before she became victim of untold agony and security threats.

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