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How Abuja Redeemed Pastor Was Actually Murdered

pastor killed Mrs Eunice Olawale, the late mother and wife of Pastor Elisha Olawale, from Ikare-Akoko in Ondo State, was killed by extremists, while others said  they were miscreant..

an Islamic cleric, who reportedly ordered some young men to chase away late Abuja female preacher, Deaconess Olawale, has been arrested.

An unconfirmed report said the self-professed, peace-loving Imam, reportedly ordered some boys to scare the preacher away from the frontage of a mosque in Kubwa, early Saturday morning, but the boys did otherwise and stabbed Mrs Olawale to death.

The Islamic cleric (name withheld),  denied ordering some boys to kill the preacher.

He admitted that he was the one who sent them to chase her away.

Meanwhile, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor E. A. Adeboye, Tuesday morning, visited the family of the late Assistant Pastor of the Divine Touch Parish of the church in Abuja, who was murdered while evangelising last Saturday morning.

Pastor Adeboye, at about 6.00 a.m. on Tuesday, visited the husband of the deceased, Pastor Elisha Olawale and the family, to console them.

Earlier, Adeboye, in a statement issued on Tuesday by The RCCG Public Relations Department of the Redemption Camp, said that the church was appalled and in grief over the sad incident.

He said “we are indeed in a mournful in RCCG, as sweet as heaven is, death of our youths is not what we wish for.”

He prayed that there would be no more death in that region, for progress in the family and salvation of souls for the perpetrators.

It was also learnt that the burial of the murdered female preacher may be delayed, as the family said the government and the Nigeria Police advised that autopsy be carried out before her burial.

The late Eunice Olawale was initially scheduled to be buried on Thursday, July 14, but the Nigeria Police and the Federal Government advised the family to hold on until an autopsy was conducted on the deceased.

It will be recalled that there had been a lot of controversies surrounding the death of Mrs Olawale, this could be the reason the government and the police requested that her body should be subjected to an autopsy, to ascertain the cause of her death.


The Islamic cleric (name withheld),  denied ordering some boys to kill the preacher.

He admitted that he was the one who sent them to chase her away.

The spokesman for Abuja police command, Anjuguri Manzah, said an investigation had started to ascertain how the RCCG pastor’s wife was murdered.

 He promised to make the outcome of the investigation public soon.

In the same vein, four of the six suspects, who were arrested in connection with the murder of Deaconess Olawale, FCT Commissioner of Police, Baba Alkali Usman, said have been released.

He told the Nigerian Tribune that after screening and interrogating the suspects, investigators disclosed that they had nothing to do with the murder.

The Police Commissioner, who was cornered by the Nigerian Tribune, apparently on his way to brief the acting Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Ibrahim Idris, on the extent of investigation, asked why should the police continue detaining them, when there is no evidence linking them to the murder?

Usman, however, disclosed that two of the suspects were still in police custody, because they were found hanging around the vicinity when the act was carried out.

According to him, the police was still working hard to see if the two could be linked to the murder, but “we are not relenting, as we have further spread our dragnets.”

He noted that the police must get the culprits to answer the deeds of their dastardly act.

The Police Commissioner disclosed that detectives were still on top of the situation, “but you know we don’t carry out our investigations on the pages of newspapers.”



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