- The fate of Kemi Ojo, a Nigerian woman, changed for good as she was able to reunite with her father, Samuel
- Kemi had lost contact with her dad for four decades, a situation which changed with the help of Veno News
- At the reunion ceremony, the daughter could not hide her overwhelming happiness at locating her dad
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A Nigerian woman identified as Kemi Ojo has been reunited with her long-seen father, Samuel, after 40 years.
Born in Igbara-Oke in Ondo state, she lost contact with her father who is also the son of one late Baba Ketitu, Veno News reports
According to Ojo Sanya, the father used to work with the National Bank in Abeokuta in Ogun state before he retired.
On reuniting with her father, the woman could not contain her joy as she expressed great gratitude.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported the story of Samuel Nii Quaye, a boy who disappeared when he was only two years old and was found by his real family at 20 years old.
Samuel recounted his story and mentioned all he has been through since childhood.
According to the young man, he had been living with a fetish priest throughout his life and only realised they were not actually related after the man's wife was deceased.
The obituary poster of the late woman did not include Samuel's name, which confused him until he enquired about this to his siblings who said he was brought to them more than 18 years back.
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From that moment, the missing boy decided to trace his roots and locate his family, a quest that brought him to the radio station where his story was aired. It is reported that after the radio show featured Samuel, four different families called saying they had lost their son about 18 years ago.
In other news, 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. Hours later, the woman rejoiced as she said she has found her son
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