The touching and tearful story of Keji Ishaq, a final year student of the Department of Chemistry, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, will bring tears to many eyes. The young woman was kidnapped on her way home after she had been hypnotized by an unknown man. The incident happened in Ota, Ogun State between March 20 and March 22. Trouble started after she went to a bank to withdraw money. According to the brother, things were going fine until she finished withdrawing the money and walked straight to a car she didn't know before she got missing for two days.
Keji’s brother, Mayowa, revealed after looking for their sister without any progess and having reported the matter on social media and every other necessary place, they suddently got a call from an unknown number which directed them to where the sister would be found. He said that early the following morning, they headed for Ilorin where the caller asked them to come to. He said, “When we got to Ibadan, the caller contacted us again, he asked where we were and we told him we were at Ibadan. He said we should divert to Ijebu Ode instead.
“Truly, when we got to the motor park at Ijebu Ode, Keji was there. She recognised us immediately we got there. She burst out sobbing. We then learnt that even her phone was still with her. She was unharmed. Only the money she withdrew from the bank was gone. “Someone probably touched her with a fetish object and made her enter a vehicle. The last memory she had was that after she withdrew the cash, she went straight into a vehicle parked nearby.”
However, after the whole incident, the newly married Keji could not recollect anything that happened. Her husband, Damilola narrated what happened to Punch. She promptly requested that her husband, Damilola, would be in the best position to tell the story of her disappearance. Damilola said, “About midday on Sunday, she left home to go and get some foodstuffs that she would take to school the following day. She decided to go to the ATM at a Guarantee Trust Bank branch in Sango Ota. After receiving the cash, all she remembered was cashing N4,000,”
According to Damilola, the man who made the call was a good samaritan who recognized Keji and called his brother. “The man had spotted her walking along the road as if in a trance. The person took her phone and checked it to find someone that could be contacted. But when he realised that her battery was dead, the person changed the battery. That was how he was able to contact Keji’s brother.
“Since they brought her back from Ijebu Ode, she has not been able to remember anything. She has no memory of where she was sleeping, what she ate or who took her. “I am so thankful to God. I cannot really express how happy I am. We are talking about the love of my life here. We got married in January.”