- A single mom identified on Facebook as Nelo AyoWinter Atuanya has found her missing 11-year-old son, Chiemezie
- Atuanya earlier put out a missing person notice out on social media account, asking people to reach her if they see him or report to a police station
- In a post laden with joy, the mother said people's prayers really worked for her
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A mother with the Facebook name Nelo AyoWinter Atuanya earlier called for help to locate her missing 11-year-old son called Chiemezie.
In a post she made on the platform on Thursday, July 9, she asked anybody who has seen her son in Onitsha, Fegge, and upper Iweka environs to contact her.
She added that they could also alternatively take him to the nearest police station.
Below is her Facebook post:
A recent report reaching Legit.ng said that she has found the child. In a Facebook post she made on Friday, July 10, she said that people's prayers worked.
The joyous mother said she is on her way to see the child.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the mother of the children who were kidnapped in Ojoo area of Ibadan, Oyo state, on Sunday, April 26, 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."
Her family's fate, however, changed for good as the abductors who kidnapped the twins released them after eight days of agonising apprehension.
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Sheik Taofeeq Akeugbagold, the woman's husband announced the recovery of his children around 6am, Sunday, May 3, in a Facebook post.
He revealed that his toddlers were released to him beside a bush after eight days of being held captives by the abductor.
The cleric, however, did not tell whether a ransom was paid or not before his children regained their freedom.
His Facebook post reads: "Alhamdulillah! At 5.30am of Sunday, 3rd May, my abducted twin kids are released to me beside a bush after 8days in an unknown land, Thanks to you all for your prayers and support, Jazakumullahu Khairan. Abere mi bo sinu okun, Oloun yo pada fun mi"
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