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22-year-old man reunited with his family after he was found chained and dumped behind mosque in Abuja

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22-year-old man reunited with his family after he was found chained and dumped behind mosque in Abuja

A 22-year-old man has been rescued, days after he was found chained and dumped behind a mosque in Kwali Area Council, Abuja.

22-year-old man reunited with his family after he was found chained and dumped behind mosque in Abuja

According to reports, the young man identified as Murtari Husseini, was rescued after he was found with his legs and hands chained and dumped behind Kwali Central Mosque on September 4. He was rushed to the hospital for medical attention.

In an update, a Facebook user who reported the incident said Muktar has been reunited with his family after he was discharged from the hospital.

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22-year-old man reunited with his family after he was found chained and dumped behind mosque in Abuja 22-year-old man reunited with his family after he was found chained and dumped behind mosque in Abuja 22-year-old man reunited with his family after he was found chained and dumped behind mosque in Abuja

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In related development, the Police in Lagos uncovered an illegal healing centre  ‘Blessings of Godness Healing Church’ , Police confirmed that about 15 persons were chained at the centre.

It was learnt that some of the victims had been chained since 2014 at the place called Blessings of Godness Healing Church in Isheri Osun, Egbe Idimu.

It was gathered that some of the victims had suffered certain health disorder which their families termed spiritual and dumped them at the facility for divine healing. Read more here.

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