Man explains how his aunt went missing 16-years-ago after marrying a fake pastor

Man explains how his aunt went missing 16-years-ago after marrying a fake pastor

Recently, a man took to social media to share the story of his aunt, who went missing 16-years-ago. He then called on tweeps to help him look for her.

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In a lengthy thread on Twitter, social media user @FuxkSallieMae explained how his aunt was placed under a 'spell' by a fake pastor, whom she ended up marrying. Shortly after tying the knot 16-years-ago, she went missing without a trace.

The Nigerian man asked his followers to help him find her and he continued to tell her story, which he believed girls needed to hear.

The tweep explained his aunt, Emeni Anne Okeke whom he described as a 'true Christian', lived with his family in Lagos after she divorced her abusive husband.

Okeke reportedly prayed for them and she would ask God to remarry because she desperately wanted a family, learned.

However, after she managed to get millions from the Nigerian breweries, a mysterious man appeared, claiming God told him he should marry her.

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After Okeke and the man's court wedding, the family found out he was lying. According to @FuxkSallieMae, the man was not even a pastor, he was charlatan, whom they believed put Okeke under a spell.

Despite his lies and warnings from her family, Okeke packed her things and left with the man. She has since then not been heard of again.

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Tweeps were quick to give @FuxkSallieMae advice on how to try and track down his aunt.

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