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John Ogah walks past Pope Francis after being baptized during a solemn Easter vigil ceremony in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, Saturday, March 31, 2018.(AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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Nigerian John Ogah, 31, waits to be baptised by Pope Francis during the Easter Vigil at St Peter's basilica on March 31, 2018 in Vatican. John Ogah is a Nigerian migrant-turned-hero after helping stop a thief until police arrived last year. Ogah asked the Rome police captain Nunzio Carbone who handled his case to be his godfather. Christians around the world are marking the Holy Week, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, leading up to his resurrection on Easter. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis (2ndR) baptises Nigerian John Ogah (C), 31, next to his godfather Italian carabinieri Nunzio Carbone (L), during the Easter Vigil at St Peter's basilica on March 31, 201 in Vatican. John Ogah is a Nigerian migrant-turned-hero after helping stop a thief until police arrived last year. Ogah asked the Rome police captain Nunzio Carbone who handled his case to be his godfather. Christians around the world are marking the Holy Week, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, leading up to his resurrection on Easter. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis (R) baptises Nigerian John Ogah (C), 31, next to his godfather Italian carabinieri Nunzio Carbone (L), during the Easter Vigil at St Peter's basilica on March 31, 201 in Vatican. John Ogah is a Nigerian migrant-turned-hero after helping stop a thief until police arrived last year. Ogah asked the Rome police captain Nunzio Carbone who handled his case to be his godfather. Christians around the world are marking the Holy Week, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, leading up to his resurrection on Easter. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis (2ndR) baptises Nigerian John Ogah (C), 31, next to his godfather Italian carabinieri Nunzio Carbone (L), during the Easter Vigil at St Peter's basilica on March 31, 201 in Vatican. John Ogah is a Nigerian migrant-turned-hero after helping stop a thief until police arrived last year. Ogah asked the Rome police captain Nunzio Carbone who handled his case to be his godfather. Christians around the world are marking the Holy Week, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, leading up to his resurrection on Easter. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Nigerian John Ogah (L), 31, stands in front of his godfather Italian carabinieri Nunzio Carbone (L), after being baptised by Pope Francis during the Easter Vigil at St Peter's basilica on March 31, 201 in Vatican. John Ogah is a Nigerian migrant-turned-hero after helping stop a thief until police arrived last year. Ogah asked the Rome police captain Nunzio Carbone who handled his case to be his godfather. Christians around the world are marking the Holy Week, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, leading up to his resurrection on Easter. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Nigerian John Ogah, 31, looks on after being baptised by Pope Francis during the Easter Vigil at St Peter's basilica on March 31, 201 in Vatican. John Ogah is a Nigerian migrant-turned-hero after helping stop a thief until police arrived last year. Ogah asked the Rome police captain Nunzio Carbone who handled his case to be his godfather. Christians around the world are marking the Holy Week, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, leading up to his resurrection on Easter. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis (2ndR) baptises Nigerian John Ogah (C), 31, next to his godfather Italian carabinieri Nunzio Carbone (L), during the Easter Vigil at St Peter's basilica on March 31, 201 in Vatican. John Ogah is a Nigerian migrant-turned-hero after helping stop a thief until police arrived last year. Ogah asked the Rome police captain Nunzio Carbone who handled his case to be his godfather. Christians around the world are marking the Holy Week, commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, leading up to his resurrection on Easter. / AFP PHOTO / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis baptizes John Ogah as he presides over a solemn Easter vigil ceremony in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, Saturday, March 31, 2018.(AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)