Kidnapped & Murdered: How Death Of Pastor Threw Ondo Community In Mourning

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More facts have emerged on how a Lagos based Clergyman, Pastor Fredrick Ojo Aramuwa was killed by his suspected abductors in Ondo State.

Ifira Akoko, a town in Akoko south east local government of Ondo state had been thrown into mourning amid a sorrowful Easter celebration due to the discovery of the lifeless body of a notable son of the town, Pastor Fredrick Ojo Aramuwa.

The 50 year-old Lagos based Pastor who was coming home with his drivers was declared missing since the 31st of March, 2021.

It was later discovered that the deceased pastor was abducted few kilometres to Ifira Akoko, his home town along Ipele to Idoani/ Ifira road.

Contacts were made to Lagos where they confirmed his departure.

A source said the abductors contacted family members to demand a ransom of ten million naira at the initial stage but after negotiation, it was reduced two million naira.

It was further learnt that as the ransom was paid, it was the lifeless body of the pastor that was recovered.

It could not be ascertained whether he was tortured or strangled to death by the suspected kidnappers but the remains had been deposited at the morgue at Ipe Akoko General hospital.

According to our source, the late Pastor’s mother who was over 80 year-old had been living with him in Lagos over one year but his octogenarian father, Pa Aramuwa is the oldest man in Ifira community.

In his reaction the Asiwaju of Ifira Akoko, Chief Boboye Ojomo described the incident as very sorrowful and tragic when one considers the personality of the late Pastor in the town and the aged parents left behind.

Chief Boboye appealed to government to intensify efforts to rehabilitate the deplorable orita Ipele–Idoani–Ifira Akoko road that gives room for kidnappers to operate freely and security men should be deployed to the route. (SunshineTruthNG)

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