Missing in transit: Ogbomoso man disappears in Ibadan on way back from Lagos
A man said to be in his thirties whose name is given as Miftaudeen Abdulhameed, is missing.
Abdulhameed, according to information, was returning from Lagos Saturday October 15, but never reached home in Ogbomoso.
“He was returning from Lagos and when he got to Ibadan he called home to inform he was already in Ibadan, that was about 9pm,” a family source told ogbomosoinsightonline.com.
“But that was the last time he would be reached. His mobile line could not be reached thereafter and he never got home and he has not been seen.”
Since that night he had disappeared and all efforts to trace him had proved abortive.
The man, from Atakoro compound in Isale-Afon/GB, Ogbomoso, who eked out a living as a shoemaker and produce buyer is married with children.
His immediate younger brother whom he called when he got to Ibadan is proprietor of a private school at Kere.
In a public notice posted online by the family, three mobile lines were given to be contacted in the event any member of the public knows his whereabouts.
The phone numbers are as shown below.
About four months ago there was a similar incident when a bricklayer who doubled up as an okada operator got missing in Ogbomoso while he was engaged in the latter. He has not been seen since.