LIB readers are reacting with shock, sorrow and dismay following the confirmation that 26-year-old Adewura Latifat Bello who went missing on May 15, 2019 in Lagos, was found dead. (Read HERE). While many blamed her death on the poor drainage system in Lagos, others decried the sad state of security in the state and country as kidnappings and abductions seem to be on the rise. Sharing a personal experience, one LIB reader wrote;My fellow brethren, God delivered me from the hands of those I suspect to be ritualists. I boarded an SUV at Berger after the bridge, at the first filling station right after the bridge heading towards Ibadan. I was on my way to Benin. Long story short, the driver and his female passenger began incantations immediately I got into the car.Suddenly, I felt heavy and almost drifted into sleep. Then i remembered what my Pastor, David Oyedepo (Bishop) always says “a closed mouth is a closed destiny”. Immediately, I began praying in tongues. They noticed I was praying and kept making incantations. Then I made my prayers (in tongues) louder as the urge to sleep was too strong. ‘Their own incantations went louder too. It was a spiritual battle. Long story short, God delivered me from them and they dropped me off just before Redeemed Camp. Brethren, that day, I understood the power in praying in the spirit (tongues). May our lives never be cut short. Amen. May the family of the deceased find strength in these trying times. Sad indeed.See more below….The post LIB Readers cry out over the rising spate of kidnappings and insecurity in Lagos after a missing young lady wasfound ‘dead in a canal’ appeared first on All9ja.