“I SOLD MYSELF TO TRAFFICKERS”
On account of the maltreatment she was receiving from her stepmother, Adenike absconded from home. She moved in with a group of girls who introduced her to a travelling syndicate that specialized in transporting women to Spain for prostitution. After agreeing to a slavish bond of 50,000 euros, which she would have to repay, the 21 year old woman was taken to Spain.
She was forced to sleep with as many as six men a day. After each horrendous encounter,
they would leave her empty and alone with a very small sum of money as payment for her “service”. Realising she would never be able to repay the person who paid for her travelling expenses to Spain, she ran to Barcelona with the little she had with her. From there, she headed to Seville where she joined another group of prostitutes for a short time before she moved to Las Palmas, vowing to stay put, irrespective of what life had to offer there. One of her customers was a drug dealer who insisted he wanted to have a relationship with her but wanted her to quit prostitution and join him in the drug trafficking business. He opened a hair-dressing salon for her as a front for their real business and she thought she was in love until she discovered that her lover was married to another woman. While she was still smarting from the pain of that bad news, her house was robbed and her belongings carted away. Desperate because she was without documents, she pleaded with her estranged lover to take her in so she would not be forced out of the country. Adenike later had a baby girl for him and committed three abortions. After that, he was arrested for drug trafficking.
Life became unbearable and there seemed no way out until Adenike was introduced to Emmanuel TV by a friend. She received the Morning Water which she ministered on herself and discovered that the evil spirit in her manifested, kicking against her action. In the wake of that very experience, she decided to visit The SCOAN. Returning to Nigeria, she received her deliverance last Sunday when evangelists were ministering the New Morning Water to congregants. The evil spirit which came under heavy shelling with the fire of the Holy Spirit, confessed to have been responsible for all her woes, including her ill-fated sojourn to Europe.
The evil spirit was cast out of her life and she was declared free in the mighty name of Jesus. Adenike raised her hands in thankfulness to God for bringing to an end her dark experience. During her testimony, she told congregants that her life has changed for the best, adding that the spirits of lust, unforgiveness and anger have gone for good. She had the following advice for young people all over the world: “To the young people out there, don’t be desperate for money. Wait for God’s time.”