VIDEO: [BBC News] Nigerian children as young as six years old are abducted and forced to work as slaves or sold by their families to pay off debts in a tradition called ‘money marriage.’ [Sep 19, 2018]
Although he came from a large family – his father had 17 children by four wives – Samuel was on his own with a nanny that day.
His family were told he had gone outside to ride his bicycle.
They would not see him again for another six years.
“There is nothing we didn’t do to try to find him,” his older sister Firdausi Okezie recalls.
Then aged 21, she was not made aware of his disappearance at first.
Her brother had always enjoyed rushing to answer the phone and speak with her when she called home from university.
But when other members of the household began answering it when she rang, she suspected something was wrong.
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