Charles Oruru, the father of Ese, Tuesday, said there was no way his 14-year-old daughter could fall in love with anybody including the Kano-born Yinusa alias Yeloow.
He insisted that his daughter is a minor with the desire to pursue her secondary school education and not to fall in love with anybody as being insinuated in some quarters.
Speaking to the Nation in his Opolo home, Oruru said his daughter had not yet mastered the act of bathing herself well much less thinking of loving someone.
He said if his daughter returned, he would first take her to church for thanksgiving and later to a hospital for a proper medical check.
He said: “I don’t think a thirteen year old girl who is just in her early puberty stage will do something like that. A girl that does not know how to bath well so I don’t believe such.
“I don’t think I will allow her to assist her mother in the restaurant again because we don’t know the plans of the people that first abducted her.
“When she comes back I will first task her to church then she will continue with her secondary school education. I will also take her to a hospital where she will be checked properly.
“Ese is my youngest daughter. I like her so much because she is a very brave girl and very hardworking. She is young but still has a heart of her own; that has been her system of living.
“Nobody deprives her of anything; of her freedom and nobody has offended her so running away from home is not ordinary.
“I know my children they don’t go out without our knowledge or obtaining permission from us. Moreover she didn’t go with any of her properties; all her clothes are still intact.”