MISSING TEENAGER CALLS HIS MUM AND RETURNS HOME AFTER SEEING HIS PICTURE ON BGT’S MISSING PEOPLE CHIOR

A boy who had been missing from his home in Dartford for over a month came home after he saw his picture on Britain’s Got Talent.

Adrian Nyanja was last seen on April 26 and his family and police had issued numerous pleas to help find him.

None of his family knew where the 13-year-old was, until his mum received a phone call from her missing son.

READ: Mum’s desperate plea for missing teenager to come back home

Adrian’s face had appeared on the stage as part of a performance by the Missing People Choir on May 2.

Clare Cook, co-founder of the Missing People Choir, said: “We are delighted to announce that a 13 year old missing child who we appealed for on Britain’s Got Talent during the Missing People Choir’s performance saw his appeal and called his mum.

“He is now home safe and well.”

NJANYA

The Choir has been fundraising for the charity Missing People since their first audition for the show in April and have so far raised nearly £7,000.

Their fundraising campaign is still open for donations through their JustGiving page or you can support them by texting the word FIND to 70660.

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