Excitement almost went wrong when a family discovered one of them was missing on their trip to the Vatican city.
The little Theirry had drifted away and was no where in sight. This put the whole family in fear as they searched through St. Peter's square for the boy.
They were joined by stranger on the search to locate the boy when they saw the fear in their eyes as they feared the worst. Only for the boy to be brought to them by a good samaritan in company of a Vatican police.
The father narrated the experience on Facebook with the following:
AND THEIRRY GOT MISSING...
In the euphoria of being admitted to the Basilica, our little son slipped from our tight grip. By the time we realised we're short-one, euphoria dissolved to hysteria. The ensuing traumatic drama was indescribable as the entire St Peter's Square resonated with our loud but palpable search wailings. It was like we cried in 'tongues' as almost all visitors from different walks of life could decode our heart-broken cries for help. Some instinctively joined us in this race against time. We feared the worst with a fast receding consolation that we're in a holy land. As the Swiss Police were preparing to raise "A MISSING PERSON' alert, this good Sameritan with a Vatican Swiss (Secret) Police showed up cuddling in her arms my little Thierry Okenze Aguguom who himself was then exhausted and wet in his own tears.
Thank you Lord... Thierry got missing BUT FOUND.
We are happy the boy was found.
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