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A Nigerian mother cries as she sees her mentally challenged son for the first time since he went missing four years ago.

The heartwarming reunion of a Nigerian mother with her mentally challenged son, Bamidele, who went missing four years ago, was captured in a viral video.

The young man, a 400-level student at Olabisi Onabanjo University, was discovered walking the streets by an NGO, South-Westshire Health Trust, which took him into their facility and cared for him.
In the most recent development, Bamidele began to recall a few details about his family, and the NGO used the information he provided to locate his mother.The mother reunited with her kid two days ago, and it was an emotional reunion.When the mother saw her kid on the viral video, she fell into tears, hugged him, and began asking whether he remembered her.

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