Easter, the migrant hero baptized by Pope Francis

John Ogah, nigerian citizen of 31 years in September, tackled a thug armed with a cleaver who had just robbed a supermarket on the outskirts of Rome, he received the baptism from pope Francis during the easter vigil at St. Peter’s. The godfather of the baptism, on his own request, he was the captain Nunzio Carbone, commander of the Company of the Rome Casilina who first took to heart his story. In the past few months Ogah had also received the

permit, on a proposal of the Police Provincial Command of Rome.
   

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