Pastor Tony Rapu helps a teenage girl bound to hard drugs and cocaineApril 17, 2019
Pastor Tony Rapu helps a teenage girl bound to hard drugs and cocaine
Pastor Tony Rapu…The Internet is at present humming with the account of a young lady, Lizzy who has been saved from illicit drug use by Senior Pastor of The House of Freedom, Tony Rapu.
The tale of Lizzy, a young lady who said she went to Vivian Fowler Memorial Secondary School at Oregun, Lagos, and Caleb Nursery and Primary School, broke late Tuesday.
It is misty, notwithstanding, where Caleb Nursery and Primary School is found.
Rapu shared a video on Instagram late Tuesday of Lizzy who said she had been a someone who is addicted for a long time and had turned to ask in the day and prostitution during the evening to support her enslavement.
Lizzy said she started with weed smoking until her previous sweetheart stunned her one day by revealing to her that he had been adding cocaine to her wraps.
“I couldn’t visit any restoration since I figured it wouldn’t help. I began with weed smoking, at that point one day, my sweetheart disclosed to me he had been including cocaine and I was astonished. I asked him for what good reason he would do such without my assent, however, it wasn’t well before I got dependent on it.
“It turned out to be critical to the point that I needed to take to asking at day and prostitution around evening time. I went to Caleb Nursery and Primary School and Vivian Fowler Secondary School.
“I have been becoming aware of Tony Rapu, however, missed seeing him before when he went to our community (Ikeja), he wanted Bukky at that point. I have been hanging tight for that day when I would meet him. I realize he is the special case that can enable me to get over this,” Lizzy said.
Rapu composed on his Instagram page: “We got Lizzy throughout the end of the week. Here, she recounts to a touch of her story while anticipating our landing in the joint she frequented in Ikeja. Lizzy tells about her childhood, her dependence on rocks and the corrupted nightlife she lived to make cash to pay the street pharmacists.
“She is as of now experiencing her first phase of detox and recovery in the long voyage out of habit. We trust and implore she comes back to ordinary and profitable life a short time later.”