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Nigerian “Witch Boy” Abandoned By Parents Over Witchcraft Spirit Possession

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Nigerian “Witch Boy” Abandoned By Parents Over Witchcraft Spirit Possession

alleged witch child abandoned by parent

A young boy abandoned by his parents after he was labelled a wizard has found help.

Godday Aligba who became homeless shortly after his own family abandoned him in an uncompleted building in Sapele was rescued on Wednesday by a Good Samaritan who took him to a church in the area for prayers.

But as God will have it, the clergy man prayed for him and gave him N20,000 gift and new set of clothes.

The highly compassionate Pastor also promised to sponsor his education.

He told his followers on Wednesday that the boy was not possessed by witchcraft spirit as speculated by his family.


4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. kY Ajibade

    September 7, 2018 at 6:50 PM

    It is now a crime for a child to be stubborn.
    If you are stubborn, you are a wizard. All these pastors need to be brought to book

    • Keep it real

      September 7, 2018 at 11:30 PM

      dude you made me read this twice thinking I made a mistake after i saw your comment @KY
      Ajibade….I guess you just woke up from some deep sleep…lol. parents abandoned him, pastor reached out to help… stay blessed Pastor!!!

  2. uzoma

    September 7, 2018 at 7:31 PM

    @KY Ajibade, the boy was rescued by a good Samaritan and brought to the pastor who prayed for him, gave him 20,000 Naira and a new set of clothes and promised to sponsor his education. It was the boy’s parents that labeled him a witch and abandoned him in an uncompleted building. The pastor did not label him witch and wizard, his parents did.

  3. DB

    September 7, 2018 at 8:39 PM

    You dont need a prophet to tell you the boy looks like his father. BIG THANK YOU to this pastor who chose to help him

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