Code Name: OCCUPIED TERRITORY
Region: Akwa Ibom, Nigeria
Mission: HALL 6 INFILTRATION
Time of Departure:
Team Members: Caroline Eyo
Supervisor: Amarachi Awa
Landing Zones (LZ): Female Student Hostel
Enemy Spotted Enroute:
Ground Activity: Nil
Air Activity: Shame,
Miscellaneous Activity: Nil
Result of Encounter with Local Populace:
Hostage Rescue: Yes
Enemies Captured: Yes
Engagements with the Enemy
Cadet Recruitment: Nil
One Sunday morning, one of our sisters was on her way into the school campus when she met a female student who looked like she was unwell. She stopped to ask her what was wrong with her. On further prodding, the girl finally opened up.
She had just been raped! This happened the night before. She went to the Health Centre after the incident and was in fact, on her way back when our sister met her. This incident made her bitter at God. First, He took her uncle through death, and now this. She was even more enraged because she was on her way back from a fellowship she attended that evening when it happened. Prior to this, she had not gone to church in a long time and could not understand why she was raped the day she remembered God.
She narrated that she had picked a tricycle [keke] to her destination and suspects she was enchanted in it because she lost consciousness of herself and environs. The tricycle driver took her to a building, brought out a knife and threatened to kill her. He had his way with her and dropped her off at the roadside by 12am. She was very bitter that God had allowed all of that to happen to her, and yet, still sent someone to tell her that He loved her, the morning after the incident. She said that God had sent many people before then to tell her those things. In fact, another of our sisters passed by at the time, so she pointed at our sister as one of the people who had preached to her in the past.
While our sister briefed me about her outreach to the girl, I recalled an incident that had taken place about two or three months ago. We usually hold morning devotions in our various hostels by 5am. During one of such devotions, just immediately after a worship session, a sister had begun to prophesy loudly, shouting ‘Repent!’ After the morning devotion ended, the sister who prophesied was taken to my room. After further enquiries were made in prayer, we had impressions that the prophecies and strong warnings was for a particular person in that hostel. The next project was how to find her.
By prophetic revelation, a search was mounted. The sisters prayed and asked the Lord to reveal who the recipient of the prophecy was. We began to have prophetic words saying that there was no need to inquire, and that the person was set in her ways and would not listen to us. We insisted in prayer, that by all means, she may be saved. We finally got a name with some room numbers. Two of our sisters were assigned to search for her. They went to all the rooms we were shown and found only one lady that fit the description in the last room they went to. After they asked if her name was the same with what was gotten in the revelation, she confirmed this and they immediately began to speak to her about God’s love and judgement. The prophetic words contained warnings of judgement coming strongly on her if she did not turn back to God. The sisters had an impression that the warning seemed to be a ‘last chance’ kind before the fall of judgement.
She acknowledged some of the things that were said, and repented about her attitude towards God. But as time went on, she began to resist our sisters when they kept visiting her to strengthen her in the faith. Finally, she out rightly told them she was busy and could not have time for them. They eventually stopped chasing after her.
Back to the present, this was the same girl who was raped on her way home months after the warnings, the one who had lost her uncle to death shortly before she was raped; the one who was angry and bitter at God. That same girl.
Time of Return: [Unspecified]
Point of Return: [Unspecified]