6 Kidnapped Igbonla College Boys All Wore Top European Clubs Jersey on the Day of Release - Want to Know Why? [Read this Stunning Revelation]

One of the six abducted students of the Lagos State Model College, Igbonla, Epe has made a stunning revelation about the football jerseys they all wore when they were found... released on Friday.

On 25 May 2017, six boys of the Lagos State Model College, Igbonla, Epe were kidnapped from their school premises but they were freed in Ondo State on Friday, July 28, after spending 64 days in captivity.
They were later reunited with their parents in Lagos the following day after efforts made by the Ondo State Government.

Curiously, all the boys were in apparently fake replica jerseys of big European clubs Barcelona, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United.

One of the kidnapped teenger who spoke on the condition of anonymity, exclusively told our correspondence that the kidnappers made them to wear football jerseys in order to deceive security operatives who were closing in on the criminals.

It seems these terrorists are passionate football fanatics too, as most of them have jerseys of both local league clubs like Kano Pillars, Niger Tornado, Gombe United, Plateau United... and top european clubs like Barca, Arsenal, Man-U, Chelsea...

“I just want to thank God that I am back home now,” the relieved boy said.
“I don’t want to say anything to the media now. We were warned not to grant interviews to anyone, but it was the kidnappers that bought the jerseys for us."

One of the fathet of the Kidnapped college students said,
“I was initially surprised when he came back putting on a jersey because my son is not really a football fan and he barely shows interest for any of these European clubs.

“Clothing the boys in jerseys was a plan to deceive the security operatives each time the kidnappers changed their location, my son told me when I had a chat with him.”

The parent also revealed that his son and the five other pupils will be visiting a top hospital in Lagos for further check-ups facilitated by the Lagos State government.

“He is not really himself yet but I’m sure with time he may reveal more to us when he fully recover totally,” the father added.

“It’s not easy for young boys to be away in captivity for over two months without adequate care, but we glory to God.”

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