Please return my kids, I waited long to have them - Mom of kidnapped twins begs

Please return my kids, I waited long to have them - Mom of kidnapped twins begs

- The mother of the kidnapped twins in Ibadan has appealed to the abductors to release her kids

- In a teary video, she asked them to consider how long she waited to conceived them

- At the tail-end of the video, she said her husband will pay their ransom irrespective of what they demand

The mother of the children who were kidnapped in Ojoo area of Ibadan, Oyo state, on Sunday, April 26, has cried out for help in a new video as she appealed to the abductors of her twins.

In the emotionally laden video, the woman told the kidnappers to consider the number of years she has had to wait before she had the kids.

As she spoke, she kept sobbing as she gestured pleadingly and almost totally broke down in tears. The mother also told the kidnappers that whatever thing they want, her husband will do it.

Towards the end of the video, she said: "Please return my kids, I don't have anybody except God. Consider the labour pains I went through and return them."

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, earlier reported that the Deeper Christian Life Ministry donated more relief materials to Lagos government in the fight against coronavirus in the state.

The church had earlier donated bags of rice. The church said that it is doing so to help solve the hunger and suffering that have befallen many as a result of the outbreak.

The donation was given under the Private Sector Coalition Against Covid-19 (CA Covid-19) as the general overseer of the church, Pastor Williams Kumuyi, stressed the need to make soothe the pains of residents in the state.

In a statement, the cleric said that Lagos state has been doing so much in dealing with coronavirus and that they see it needful to help in the way they can.

Pastor Kumuyi also spoke about how it may be hard for the Lagos state government to make provision for its teeming population.

While receiving the donation on behalf of the government, Pereira Sheteolu, the programme manager of the Lagos state agricultural development authority, expressed gratitude.

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In other news, a Nigerian in the US and a publisher, Taiye Olayemi, revealed how the American government has been taking care of them during the lockdown.

In an interview with the Legit TV video team, he said that the govt gave them $1200 (N468,168.00) as palliative so that they do not go hungry during the pandemic.

Apart from that, he said the US government has been working hard investing in the country's food banks. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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