Another lady, 22-year-old Oluwakemi Soyebo, declared missing in Lagos

A 22-year old lady, Soyebo Oluwakemi, was on Tuesday, declared missing by her family members in Lagos State, on her way back from work.

Oluwakemi’s mother, Mrs Soyebo Bukola spoke with Tribune Online said, her daughter had been missing since Monday, June 3, 2019, on her way back from work.

She said, “we thought she was in her friend’s house because she usually sleeps in her place when there is heavy traffic or gridlock and she’s late for home.

“Even the time that a similar issue happened, she placed a call through that she wouldn’t be coming home because of the heavy traffic and the friend she slept in her house spoke to us too.”

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Oluwakemi works with Friesland Campina (Wamco), the producer of Three Crowns and Peak Milk as a sales agent in Agbara axis, where her warehouse (Rasbak Essential) is situated and has been confirmed that she only works within that vicinity.

In an effort to locate her, it was gathered that her parents, boss and friends have reported with the Morogbo Police Station situated along Badagry Expressway, Lagos.

Meanwhile, at 7:23 am Tuesday, one of Oluwakemi’s brothers, Sulaimon Adekunle took to the social media platforms to declare her missing and asked Nigerians to join in the search for her sister and the family’s effort on reuniting with her.

As of the time of filing this report, the three mobile phone numbers of the victim were switched off and unreachable.

Nigerians on Twitter have, however, joined in the search for Oluwakemi.

Addey Whyte who tweeted via @Showkybaba also said, “she is missing pls help out ooo if found.”

Kubiee Laura who tweeted via @ladylikelauraa said, “God, let us not find her in canal too… may she be found Hale and hearty.”

Another tweet by Triple J. Bedford who tweeted via @Bedford315 read: “This is really bad, Nigerians going missing every now and then, please every Nigeria life matters. People pass this around God bless you all.”

Kemi’s case has added to the number of girls who got missing in Lagos.

Tribune Online recalls that a lady, Adediwura Latifat Bello who was initially declared missing in the state was found in a canal ten days later.

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