Missing School Girl Found In Market In Anambra

June 11, 2019
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An 11-year old missing school girl has been found in Awka, Anambra state.

The victim, a native of Ama-Owelle Amansea, was said to be found dressed in her school uniform.

The Nation gathered she was wandering at the back of a timber market in the area unable to locate her school or residence.

Confirming the incident, the Police spokesperson, Haruna Mohammed said efforts were ongoing to trace her parents or guardians to be able to reunite her with the family.

He said: “On the 10/6/2019 at about 3:30pm, one Obinna Udeogu ‘m’ of Enugwu ukwu brought to B’ Division Awka one CHINENYE EJIKE ‘F’ aged about 11years and dressed in school uniform bearing Christ leaders International School Awka.

“Victim was found wandering at the back of Timber market opposite amazing Grace church, Umuokpu Awka.

“She is unable to locate either her school or house where she lives with her guardian, one Blessing Orijafor.

“She is dark in complexion and speaks English and Igbo languages fluently.”

The PPRO enjoined members of the public with useful information that could help locate her parent to report at B’ division Awka or call Police control room number 07039194332.”

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