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Earlier today, there was a report about a little boy who was found wandering at Koka junction in Asaba, the Delta state capital. An update by human rights activist, Harrison Gwamnishu, who shared the story online, says the little boy was actually stolen from his parent’s church at their annual thanksgiving service which held yesterday Sunday, December 17th. Harrison says the little boy has been reunited with his parents.
”LITTLE VICTOR STOLEN, RESCUED BY BBI SQUAD.
Yesterday he was stolen from Pasture of Life Church Asaba during the church Annual Thanksgiving Service.
At about 6:00am today, we found him crying in Koka Junction and we later proceeded to Police Headquarters where we met Force PPRO. With the assistance of PPRO we got in touch with the boy parents who had already reported the at Area Command Asaba.
Little Victor is currently with the parents.
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