The lady who has been missing for a couple of days now have been found in Axim and she is now receiving treatment at a hospital in Effinkwanta in the Central Region. According to the report by a popular television and radio station Angel, the lady who was missing in a couple of days was found at a beach in Axim where a good Samaritan found her.
From the report, when the man saw her lying on the beach he asked her what she was doing there but she couldn't talk so she used a sign to show him that she was kidnapped and was taken to Nzema for rituals. But she was saved because she was pregnant with twins and she is also a twin. She wrote her husband's number to the man and he immediately called the family to inform them. According to her, the ritualist told them he can not use a twins for rituals.
The family are happy seeing her back to them without anything back happening to her. But big thanks to the man who was able to call his family to inform them. Why kidnapping cases going on in the country now adays ? Please share with us your view using the comment section below and don't forget to share to other people.
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