NSCDC arrests pastor who hypnotises admission seekers
December 11, 2017
Officials of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps in Lagos have arrested Pastor Abraham Roland for allegedly running a human trafficking of admission seekers.
The NSCDC according to report said the pastor hypnotised his victims some of whom are undergraduates and admission seekers.
He was also accused of sexually harassing the victims who according to reports had spent between three to five years at the camp which he also used as a church and residence.
Roland reportedly established a relationship with the victims through a tutorial centre he was running in Kosofe area of Lagos to prepare admission seekers for UTME.
He thereafter introduced the candidates to a fellowship which he later moved to Mowe in Ogun state.
After some of the candidates gained admission he said to have brainwashed to move into his residence in Mowe making them believe that their success was more attainable through prayers rather than education.
Having moved into his residence, Roland allegedly influenced two of the victims, who were students of the University of Lagos, Busayo Grilo and Tolu Daniel, to quit their studies at the institution.
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