PORT HARCOURT/ A little girl who was kidnapped when she was two years old, has been found after four years. The girl identified as Onyinyechi Okpala was stolen on 30th November 2014, when she and her mother went for end of year party which was hosted by “Taribo” her uncle in Port-Harcourt, Rivers state.
Eventually, on 20th August, 2018, the girl was found by the Imo state police who busted a child trafficking syndicate. She was 2-years-old then and now she’s 6.
The Imo State Police Command arrested eight suspects in connection with child stealing and trafficking. The arrests were made between 24/07/2018 and 17/08/2018 at Agbor Park in Benin City Edo State and Imo State respectively.
A total of eleven (11) stolen children were recovered from the suspects some of whom have been identified by their parents.
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