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"Kidnapped girls would never be found, Forget About Them" - Prophet Reveals.

Prompting you the best..... 



Kidnapping is a global and historic issue in Federal Republic of Nigeria, America, Mexico, and other parts of the world and good governments are doing as much as they can to ensure that the kidnappers are captured and punished. Kidnapping is abducting and holding anybody captive, typically to obtain a ransom. Sometimes kidnappers hold their captives longer in order to demand more from the relatives of the victim.

The leader and founder of God’s Crown Chapel Prophet Reindolph Oduro known to many as Eagle Prophet has made another prophecy and this time it’s about the girls who were kidnapped in Takoradi.
As the people of the Western Region hope and pray for the return of the three kidnapped girls especially since the arrested suspect has mentioned the name of his accomplice keeping the girls, the Eagle prophet thinks otherwise and has asked them and their families to forget about ever seeing the missing girls again. In a video available, Eagle Prophet in an interview with Nana Romeo on Accra FM’s mid-morning show disclosed that it is very sad that people always come out to attack him when he reveals what the Lord tells him.
He reveals that currently the young ladies have been divided into two groups. He added that in the spiritual realm, he sees some of the kidnapped young girls in Burkina Faso and others in Cote D’Ivoire. There are many causes of kidnapping, among them are unemployment, poverty, religion, political issues, and so on. The practice can be reduced with governmental involvement.

Kidnapping in Nigeria
Kidnapping is not new in Nigeria and is one of the country’s big challenges. Nigeria faces problems in education, unemployment, and corruption, but kidnapping—thanks to high-profile incidents perpetrated by Boko Haram—has drawn the attention of both Nigerians and international organizations. Facts and figures show that the kidnapping frequency in the country is high.
In recent years, attention has turned to this issue in this part of Africa which is mostly carried out by Boko Haram. Both national and international bodies are coming together to see if the incidence can be reduced.Chad, Cameroon, and the United States recently joined in the fight. Boko Haram’s kidnappings are both political and religious, according to both to their own leaders and the Nigerian government.
The kidnappings are political because politicians who are bad eggs want to destroy the leadership of President Goodluck Jonathan. The attacks and kidnappings are at the same time religious because of the group’s fundamentalist Islamism. The meaning of their name is “Western education is prohibited,” which is why they continue to target school children. On the night of 14-15 April 2014, about 276 16 to 18-year-old Chibok school girls were kidnapped by the Boko Haram.
Sometimes, ordinary citizens participate in this crime in order to fill their pockets, usually youths employed by rich men who conduct kidnapping as a modern business. They target rich families and sometimes demand up to twenty million naira ($119,047.62).
A popular Christian music singer in Nigeria, Chika Okpala, lamented that kidnappers had abducted his friend in one of his songs titled “Ndi Nto” (meaning “the kidnappers”). He stated that when they were asked why they did it, they said they needed money, and they did not have any jobs because of high unemployment in the country.
The government of the Anambra state in Nigeria recently made a new law altering the punishment any perpetrator caught in the act of kidnapping will receive. The law was made during the leadership of Governor Peter Obi of APGA and said that any person caught in the offence of kidnapping will be sentenced to death and anything bought with the ransom money, like a house or car, will be destroyed.
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