A mysterious, illuminated cross has reportedly appeared within the premises of a mosques, bringing healing and blessing with it.

News reports have revealed the strange development » in Assakio Development Area in Lafia, Nasarawa State when a mysterious cross suddenly appeared five feet away from a central mosque located in the community.

According to the reports, people thronged to the place to see the mysterious site as many began praying for forgiveness and blessings, of which some claimed to have been benefitiaries.

Sunday Punch reports that the cross which was illuminated seemed projected onto the ground.

A 15-year-old girl, Hajara Hussaini , told the publication that she first sighted the sign of the cross on Wednesday, September 27.

The disclosed that she observed the strange sight when she was sent on an errand by her parents. She explained that when she saw the strange light, she was immediately alarmed and ran back home to inform her mother, Matan Liman .

Matan confirmed the incident, saying that she had sent Hussaini to visit her grandmother and that she noticed the crucifix on her way back from that visit.

Speaking with Sunday Punch, The Chief Imam of Assakio Central Mosque, Muhammed Iliyasu , explained to correspondents that the appearance of the cross within the premises of the mosque was a revelation from God, which according to him, affirms that “Jesus is also a prophet of God

Very Rev. Micheal Dogo of the Evangelical Reform Church of Christ, Assakio, saw the appearance of the cross as a sign of reconciliation in the community. Eyewitnesses at the scene were overwhelmed by fear and bewilderment.

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One of the residents of the area, Grace Eze, who hails from Enugu state, claimed to have been healed after a visit to the sight.

“I underwent a surgery about two years ago after which I started to experience a movement in my body. But after praying before the cross, I got healed,” she said.