She was in tears as she narrated how the affair began in September last year shortly after she finished her secondary education.
The teenager who spoke to reporters in Benin City said Pastor Kingsley also slept with her in her father’s house.
Stating the reasons for opening up on the love affair, she said she wants to leave the state for lack of concentration and that she wants Pastor Kingsley to be jailed.
According to her, “He used to call me to advise me to stay away from boys, to live a good life and always respect my parents. I took it like he was my own father that I could trust and tell him anything I want to say.
“That was how he started calling me, talking to me till it gets to a time he told me that he likes me. I took it as a normal thing. He started taking advantage of me. He tells me I do not know what he is doing for me.”
He started showing me things I have not seen before and took me to places I have never been to. That was how it started. He was the first person to show me how condom looked like. He taught me how to take alcohol.
“Thinking about the thing has affected me educationally. I could not read. The whole thing was disturbing me. When I told his wife, she said I was lying and told me to come to their house and repeat it before her husband.”
“He told me not to tell my parents. He said they will understand what he is doing. He slept with me many times including our house when my parents are not at home.”
I want Pastor Kingsley to go to jail. I was always shocked anytime I am in church and see him preaching. I was afraid of telling my mother what was happening.
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Her father who is also the Board Chairman of the church branch, Mr, Paul Obidah, said he was shocked that a Pastor he trusted as could destroy his only daughter.
Paul said what pained him was that Pastor Kingsley had lay with his daughter in his house and even when his daughter was having her monthly flow.
His words, “I have been in the church for the past 27 years. I started the church in Kaduna State. Abioye led me to Christ. I have been in Kaduna all these years. It got to a time. I decided to relocate home.
He said he want justice in the case and not swept under the carpet.