Cultists mother, brother-in-law now after me, woman cries out

Cultists mother, brother-in-law now after me, woman cries out

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For months now, she has been going about incognito, looking fearfully behind her shoulders every moment for her assailants.
Fearing for her life, she has had to abandon her family members in Delta State and move to Osogbo, the capital of Osun State to take refuge. But recent developments in her hiding place have forced middle-aged Tessy Igbinadolor to cry out that her life was still in danger.
Igbinadolor claimed to have seen “signs” that she was still susceptible to being attacked and possibly killed by a gang of suspected cultists, who she alleged had earlier killed her mother and brother-in-law back home in Delta State.
The fearful woman, in an interview with our correspondent in Osogbo, disclosed that the suspected cultists had been trailing her in order to kill her just as they allegedly killed her two relations not too long ago.
According to the distraught and visibly disturbed woman, the suspected cultists allegedly murdered her brother-in-law, Uyi Igbinekwe, and her mother, Mrs. Victoria Egbhomwanre, in August, 2015 and January this year, respectively.
She has, therefore, pleaded with security agencies to protect her from the suspected cultists, who she maintained had continued to trail her even “in exile.” Igbinadolor also pleaded with the security agencies to assist her in finding her sister, Igbinadolor Amen (nee Eghomwanre), who she claimed got missing in Otobo, Delta State, last year, after she narrowly escaped being killed by the same gang of suspected cultists.
She said her missing sister, Amen, was resident in Otobo in the Ugheli area of Delta State and used to work with Fexam hotel located within the Otobo metropolis before her sudden disappearance. untitledBefore she got missing, the senior Igbinadolor said, a suspected cult group in the town had threatened to kill her (Amen), maintaining that this same deadly group had been on her trail.
She explained, “On the 14th of April 2015, at 20b Otobo Street, Ugheli, some cultists, as we were told, murdered one Mr. Eugene Ighoesuvwo but my sister, Amen, obviously saw them while perpetrating the act.
“I think they feared Amen might expose them and they descended on her but she narrowly escaped being killed. Amen and the deceased used to work with Fexam hotel located at 4, Emosivewe in Ugheli and the late Eugene was also living near our house before he met his death in the hands of the cultists.”
When asked how she got to Osogbo, Osun State and if the matter had been reported to the police, Igbinadolor said some good-spirited people gave her money to relocate from Delta State, adding that the matter was reported to the Delta State Police Command.
But Igbinadolor still feels her safety could not be guaranteed in Osogbo, where she had escaped to as she has been living in fear, claiming that she’s still being trailed by the suspected cultists.
She, therefore, appealed to the security agencies and the necessary quarters to come to her aid and save her life from imminent danger and destruction.

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