From at about 7pm when the car was snatched from me, they performed several other robbery operations including using my ATM card to withdraw all I had in my Accounts. I was beaten blue black and all of them kept threatening to kill me – at this time, all I could remember was the word of God in Psalm 23: 4 – ‘even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death…. This was the only thing that kept coming to mind’ even while in this horrible situation which I had no idea how it was going to end.

Finally, at about 2:30am, I was finally dropped off around Atan – otta highway with no one to help or rescue me – no phone, no one in sight in the thick and very dark hour of the night! I wandered on the road totally confused and devastated; after a while, I started waving down different cars till a God sent taxi driver stopped to help me; through him, I was able to reach my family who by then were totally devastated. I later learnt my husband had gone to several Police Stations to lodge complaints, and had also visited some Hospitals in search of me.

This is my story and what brought about the Song “Elohim Adonai”- even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I shall fear no evil for thou art with me.