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As the search for kidnapped Matsapha business magnate Almor Oliveria intensifies, Matsapha community will hold a prayer service for his rescue or release.

As the search for kidnapped Matsapha business magnate Almor Oliveria intensifies, Matsapha community will hold a prayer service for his rescue or release. 

The businessman is reported to have gone missing on Sunday morning upon return from church at the Manzini Cathedral. 

His unexplained disappearance has left his family, friends and associates shocked as the car he was driving on the day was found within his business compound with blood stains inside.  The Matsapha community where Oliveria lived will tomorrow hold a special prayer service seeking an intervention in his disappearance.  In a statement to the media, the community said they believed in the power of prayer and therefore called on anyone who knew and cared about the businessman to join them in prayer. 

“We believe in God’s intervention even in this situation, together, let us lift our voices in longing for justice and peace,” reads a part of the statement. 

The special prayer will be held tomorrow at Lot 835, opposite Betta Parts in Matsapha and it will go on for an hour and a half beginning at 12:30pm.  Police through the National Commissioner Isaac Magagula has stated that they currently have no leads and have put up a reward of E150 000 cash for anyone who might have seen him or know where he is. Oliveira was reported missing five days ago after the car he was travelling in on the day was found abounded at his business compound with blood stains inside. 

 

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