Photo Of Young Nigerian Girl Who Was Reportedly Kidnapped In Lagos

December 12, 2021
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The girl was reportedly kidnapped on Saturday, December 11 at Shangisha, CMD Magodo in Lagos state at about 5.30 pm.

 

It has been reported that a 19-year-old girl who was identified as Janet Fajimi, has been kidnapped in Lagos.

According to a post made by life coach, Laila St. Matthew-Daniel, the girl was kidnapped on Saturday, December 11.

She was reportedly abducted at Shangisha, CMD Magodo in Lagos state at about 5.30pm. 

”KIDNAPPED:

A young girl, named JANET FAJIMI, 18 YEARS OLD, was kidnapped at about 5.30pm( SATURDAY 11TH DEC. 2021) at Shangisha, CMD, MAGODO, LAGOS.

The vehicle detail of the kidnappers’:

DARK SIENNA CAR, Registration no: NNE-571-ZK. Anambra State.

The kidnappers are said to have made their way through Lagos Ibadan Expressway to unknown destination.

Please help broadcast and forward to the appropriate security agencies.

Above all please pray for her safety and curse the kidnappers to be confused and release her without traumatizing her in any way!

Our leaders have failed the Nation!”

The state police command is yet to react to this development.

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