Angeliki Nikolouli, continuing her in – depth research, found herself at a face to face discussion with the young student’s father.
They talked about everything in the 7-year-old’s room and stayed in the details of what made the difference in research…
Responding to the journalist’s question, Valentine’s father made a revelation that sparked a backlash, both in the studio and at the viewers.
He alleged that he was approached twice by NGOs. and they asked him to give his child up for adoption, but he refused. This happened when they set foot in Mytilene after leaving Congo.
He believes that Valentine is alive and will be found. He insists on his initial complaint that his daughter was lost on Monday December 23 on the way to the supermarket in Pagrati area.
Important information has arrived on the show from France and from his neighborhood and due to their seriousness, they will be provided to the Authorities.
Pangrati: Valentine’s father at a discussion with Angeliki…
In the room where little Valentin was sleeping with her fellow countrymen, Angeliki Nikolouli talked to her father about everything that had happened.
He initially referred to the negative comments he received on social media, which have upset him.
“They have treated me as a dog, they have brought me into a state of great anger. The reason I left Congo was not for a better life because I had a very good life back in my country. I was subjected to torture and left to protect my life and the life of my child.”
Angeliki insisted and asked for details of the case. For the day of disappearance, for his friends and for his own investigations that were delayed…
“They wanted to adopt my daughter…”
Valentine’s father agreed to answer Angeliki Nikolouli’s questions in his child’s room.
“Yes, I was suggested to give Valentine for adoption,” he answered. “In Lesbos twice and once in Athens. They even made this proposal to me from an NGO, but I did not accept it because she is the only person I have in my life and I said if I were to die, I would die with Valentine. ”
Abelca also responded to the scenarios that wanted him to have sent his daughter abroad, and to the meetings with some people at the airport before his child was lost.
“I think many different things, but I don’t find the answers. In Greece I have no problems with anyone, I don’t owe money to anyone, so I do not have any differences with anyone to blackmail me,” he said.
“If something bad had happened, I would have felt it for my daughter, for my blood. I am confident that we will find her,” he concluded.
Pangrati: In Valentine’s room with her paintings, notebooks and teddy bear…
Through her personal belongings, paintings and notebooks, Valentine appears to be a very intelligent girl and an excellent student who was speaking and writing fluently in Greek, even though she had been in Greece for only two years.
Angeliki Nikolouli wanted to see her notebooks to find out what her last stigma was, as she used to put dates in all her texts.
“Her absence is a big gap. I ask that people help me find my daughter and stop judging me as an image and nationality. They should see me as a man and a father, “Abelca told Tunnel’s camera.
Read Tunnel’s in-depth research here.
Leave a Reply