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Yet to be identified children reportedly regained freedom from the captor’s vehicle breakdown on the way.
The abductors, who were fleeing with the two kids said to had concealed them in a casket which was missed up with others in a lorry.
According to gathered reports, the lorry, carrying over fifteen caskets was suspected to have a tyre-related technical challenge which led to minor attention to fix it back.
The viral video footage showed two underaged boys between 7-9 years old sat in a long bench while people troop to in to see.
Residents of Aloji community were in full joy, extending thanks to the men of the vigilante group, Bakassi Boys, who accosted them.
The children were later handed over to the appropriate agency for further clearance by the parents.
Two kidnapped kids concealed in two caskets at Aloji were discovered by Bakassi boys after their abductor's vehicle broke down.‼️