By Patrick Obia
Two children who where driven out of their home by an aunt (Comfort) have reunited with their parents.
The duo identified as Mary and Evelyn were said to have been chased out of the house to the streets where they cried for help.
This was disclosed by Basic Rights Counsel Initiative (BRCI), an organization fighting against child and human rights abuses, in a post thanking those who ensured the minors went back to the arms of their parents.
The post reads: “This is to notify the general public that the children (Mary and Evelyn) who were found alone on the road crying after being driven out of the house by one Aunty Comfort have been reunited with their families. Thank you to everyone who shared the post.” It ended.
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