By Nairaland Forum By Esther Onyegbula
A teenage girl, Bukola who is presently nursing a baby has revealed that she was hypnotised, raped and impregnated by Isaac Anibaba, a Prophet in the church she attends with her mother in the Surulere area of Lagos State.
According to Bukola, “I can’t recollect most of the incident that happened on the night I lost my virginity. But I remember vividly the threat from Isaac Anibaba, a Prophet at the Church of the Lord, Aladura.”
“He said that I shouldn’t tell anyone or I would die. But after I missed my menses, I went to tell him. He started giving me herbs for abortion, but the herbs didn’t work.”
Recounting how it all started, Bukola alleged that Anibaba called and told her that God revealed to him in a vision that she would fail in her educational pursuits.
She immediately told him that since that was the case, there was no sense in wasting her time, trying to get an education. She told him that she would look for where to apply as an apprentice hairstylist.
Anibaba, however, urged her not to fret, that he had a solution, which he had given to other students in Bukola’s situation. He would give her something that would help in making her become an academic success through secondary to university level.
She said: “He gave me something to insert into my private part. I went to the bathroom and inserted it. He warned me not to tell my mom. I thought it was part of the prayer activities.
He told me that he had also assisted other students in the same way and that many of them were now overseas. After I inserted it, I couldn’t recollect anything. When I came back to my senses, I was in an uncompleted building, which was inside the church compound.
I was naked and Anibaba had a white cloth stained with blood in his hand. I was hurting between my thighs.”
Following her discovery that she was pregnant, Bukola who was a Senior Secondary School student (SS1) when she was allegedly raped and impregnated by Anibaba, dropped out of school and today has become a mother, even while still a child herself.
Before the birth of the child, Bukola had been living from hand to mouth and when the baby finally arrived, the situation worsened.
Bukola’s ordeal began during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020. When her family Read More
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