Agony of Mother: 2 Years After, Woman Narrates How Her 4-Year-Old Son Was Abducted In Anambra
Pains, anguish, fear and tribulation can only describe the mood and condition of the family of Mr. Meka Joseph Agbasianya of Obiagu, Uruagu in Nnewi, Anambra state.
Since the abduction of their son Master Kamsiyo Agbasianya, they have been living in palpable anguish. According to her, he was four years and seven when he was abducted.
In an exclusive interview with the mother Mrs. Nneka Agbasianya, the agonizing mother of four explained that “he was kidnapped on 11th August 2020 at Obiagu Uruagu Nnewi.”
Taking our reporter down memory lane, Mrs. Agbasianya narrated that ” this happened when he was going to Block Rosary prayer with his younger sister beside our house, not too far.”
According to my daughter who went with them, “They were two boys. They came with a bike called her but she refused. Then they now called Kamsiyo, and he went. They carried him and hang in the fuel tank of the bike and drove away. This was narrated by my daughter.
Asked if they have reported the incident to the police, Mrs. Agbasianya stated that, “My husband reported to the police at Nnewi area command. They recorded the statement made by my first daughter who is the eyewitness in the scene in their register. They followed him to our house to see the spot they kidnapped him. We also announced it at Authority FM Nnewi.
“Since then, we have been searching for him. We have not seen him.”
On whether she is suspecting anybody in the incident, she responded in the negative, stressing that, “this happened when I collected my first salary as a government worker. After I got my work as a teacher in Jan.2020, I went for Thanksgiving in our church that same year in July.
Then in the beginning of August, my son was kidnapped.”
On whether he was kidnapped for rituals, she stated that she didn’t know what they want to do with him saying that, “I believe he is still alive. I have dreamt so many times when he returns back. Again, so many pastors are saying that he is alive; that he will return.”
Appealing to the public, Mrs. Agbasianya said, “I am appealing to the public to help me to pray and ask God for mercy on me,k Kamsiyo, and our family for his safety returns, and also call if anyone sees or hears about his whereabouts.
“Also the person can report to the police station or any security agencies if they see or hear any positive result on my son.