– Explains Why He Left Home
Nigerian comic actor, Ganiyu Kehinde Morufu, popularly known as Ijoba Lande, who was declared missing on March 26th, has broken silence on his whereabouts.
Ijoba Lande’s wife declared him missing on Tuesday in a video posted on the skit maker’s Instagram page.
In the video, she announced that the comic actor left the house on Sunday night, March 26th, to an unknown destination, without his phone and was yet to return home.
But Ijoba Lande suddenly surfaced on Thursday, in an Instagram live session, saying that he was not kidnapped by anybody, but that he left his home intentionally.
His words, “I was under spiritual attack. I left home myself because all the prophecies I heard about myself were all coming to pass.”
He noted that some prophets had told him he would go broke, get into debt, sell his properties and walk to places he once drove to.
Reacting to the rumour going around about his family, the comic actor said his wife had three children before they got married.
He said, “I had a child of my own before marrying my wife, and she had two of her own, which I know of, and we also have one together, all making four children.
“So the rumour about me taking responsibility for five children is false. Even the four children don’t stay with us. They stay with their grandma, and they often visit, though.
“I didn’t message people to beg for money, as rumoured. The only person I messaged was Mr Sabinus, who invited me for a job once and offered me money which I refused.
“I sent him a message because I felt he would understand my situation, but unfortunately, he read the message but didn’t reply. It was even another colleague that convinced me to send him a message in the first place. I never intended to do so.”
Appreciating his colleagues and followers for their efforts, while he was away, he said, “I appreciate every one. They said almost everyone posted. I want to tell everyone that depression is real, and I want to tell the whole world that nobody kidnapped me. I did it intentionally but thank God I am back.