Woman, 38, Declared Missing


Mrs. Bosede Janet Bamidele, (nee Ibiyemi), 38, has been declared missing by her family and the police.

Bosede, an indigene of  Kaaba, Kogi State, and a resident of Oladimeji area of Ikorodu, Lagos State, Southwest, Nigeria, was last seen in September, 2010, when she left home for work.

An elder sister to the missing person, who identified herself as Victoria, told P.M.NEWS that Bosede, a mother of two, left home for work but never came back and all efforts to know her whereabouts have proved abortive. She said  that a case of a missing person has been reported at Sagamu Road Police Station, Ikorodu, while a search team has been set up by the family.

Victoria appealed to whoever  comes across the missing person to contact her on 08061540472 or the nearest police station.

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When P.M.NEWS visited the police station, a senior police officer who pleaded for anonymity confirmed the incidence, but said that a case of a missing person has been reported, adding that the police are making efforts to find the woman.

The family said Bosede is light in complexion without tribal marks, and speaks English and Yoruba languages very well as well as Owe a dialect in Kaaba.

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