The family of the slain female pastor killed in Kubwa, Abuja, said they are awaiting the result of her autopsy before announcing the burial arrangements.
A family friend, Pastor Alabi Lawrence, told Daily Sun, in Abuja said the family would have commenced with the burial immediately could not as the police had taken over the investigation and promised to carry out an autopsy.
He said until that is done, the family cannot do otherwise especially, when the body was in the custody of the police.
This is coming just as the elder brother of the preacher Prophet Ayodele Olusesan, told how he had premonition of her death.
Olusesan, told Daily Sun in that he got s revelation that something tragic was about to happen, but did not know the tragedy would befall his family.
According to him, he had a dream in which a woman’s head was cut off by assailants, and prayed and fasted for five days to avert the tragedy.
He said the most painful aspect of the death was the m manner she was butchered.
He said: “She was stabbed in the neck, chest and legs.
“Last month, I had a terrible dream in which I saw some assailants cutting off the head of a woman. In the dream, I picked up the head and chased after the men and I woke up. I prayed and God directed me to fast for five days which I did. “Though, I was very close to her, I didn’t share the dream with her, because I never thought it had to do with her.
“I shared it with my church members and we prayed against such tragedy.”
Meanwhile, the FCT Commissioner of Police, Usman Alkali, has said that investigation in the matter continues.
We still prayed about it during our church vigil last Friday,” he said on Monday.
The prophet who said his late sister had promised to refund the hospital bills of their 72, year old sick father, Elder Ayodele Akun, said the family was waiting for the old man’s health to improve before they can broke the sad news to him.
He however said that their mother took seriously ill on hearing the news and had to be hospitalized at the General Hospital, Ilawe-Ekiti.
Olusesan, a cleric with the Christ Apostolic Church, Power of Resurrection, Ikorodu, Lagos, described Eunice as the breadwinner of the family, who she said had plans for him and other family members.
The cleric stated that he spoke with her over the telephone on Friday night, adding that he was shocked to hear about her death the next day.
He said, “There is no day I don’t talk with her on the phone; I still spoke with her around 7pm on Friday and she promised to refund any amount spent on our father who is ill and is in hospital.
“The painful aspect of the incident is that she was killed in the open, in a city like Abuja that has policemen on patrol everywhere. I heard that some policemen were saying maybe she was killed over a business dispute, but I want to say that my sister did not engage in any business deals with anyone because she shared everything about her business with me, she had no secrets.”