British Missionary Ian Squire Killed By Kidnappers In Nigeria After Singing Amazing Grace – Survivors

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kidnappers kill British missionary after singing amazing grace

Nov 25, 2017 – How Kidnappers Shot British Optician Ian Squire Dead In Delta State Nigeria After Singing Amazing Grace – Survivors

Friends of Ian Squire, a British missionary killed in Nigeria last month had narrated his final moment.

Ian Squire, a 57-year-old British optician was killed days after some militants kidnapped him alongside 3 other missionaries in Delta state last month, but he died in the hands of the kidnappers.

His fellow hostages who regained freedom after he was shot dead, David and Shirley Donovan in a recent interview with Telegraph UK said he was playing the popular gospel song “Amazing Grace How Sweet The Sound” on his acoustic guitar when someone from the kidnap gang opened fire on him.

According to the Donovans, the kidnappers returned a guitar they seized from Mr Squire on the 13th of October and after he finished playing Amazing Grace, he stood up and was shot dead instantly.

Here is what the freed missionaries told Telegraph UK;

5 thoughts on “British Missionary Ian Squire Killed By Kidnappers In Nigeria After Singing Amazing Grace – Survivors

  1. Animals! They belong to the zoo. People came to help u and the only wag to repay was to kidnap and kill. bloody animals!

  2. that ugly animal should be kill immedately without court.kill innocent man of God who came to help poor naija people, without takeing 1 kobo to treat their eyes.all your generation will not see day light and good things.

  3. Why do folks think they can help such fools look at how they act once out of Nigeria they act like animals being released from cage

  4. It is heart touching, when some wasted generation turns to animal…lost moral dignity, thinking they can sell their souls to the devil and still have it back…..forgetting the law of ” touch not my anointing “….their end is near!!!

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