Cross River: Trafficked Child Seek Reunion With Parent

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By Patrick Obia

An eight years old child identified as Believe-In-God Mandu Chinedu who was trafficked to Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State from Imo State in May 2022 has sought a reunion with his parents.

Believe-In-God who was rescued and currently taking shelter with a non-profit organization, Basic Rights Counsel Initiative, BRCI, gave his mother’s name simply as Miriam.

Anyone with useful information on how to locate his parents or relations should call Commissioner of Police or BRCI on 08090123666 or 09060426199.

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