Edo community seeks security agencies’ help in search for missing DELSU student

Edo community seeks security agencies’ help in search for missing DELSU student
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The inhabitants of Iru Egbede community in Orhionmwon Local Government Area of Edo State have sought the intervention of security agencies to help find a missing 200-level student of Delta State University, DELSU.

DAILY POST reports that the student, Miss Faith Omodon, of the Department of Public Administration, was said to have disappeared since March 30, 2024.

Residents of the community noted that they have been depressed and devastated by the incident.

It was learnt that the DELSU student was last seen on March 30, after leaving home for farm.

Speaking on the incident, Mr Edward Omodon, the father of the girl, said his daughter had on the fateful day left for farm.

“The whole incident happened when we were holding our national conference.

“We usually have Iru national conference at this time of the year. We were seated inside the community hall when we heard loud wailing outside that my daughter was missing.

“She had left for the farm earlier that morning with a motorbike taking her breakfast flask with her,” he said.

Also speaking, Mr Ikpoba Johnbull, head of the village vigilante group, explained that as soon as they got the news of the disappearance of the girl in the evening, they followed her mother to the farm.

Johnbull also said that the vigilante group immediately mobilised and combed the area up to Izighiri and Uwumuwe, two neighbouring villages, but could not find any trace of the missing girl.

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“We only found the leftover of her lunch flask. We informed neighbouring vigilante groups as we spent that night inside the bushes but there was no result.

“We then asked Mr Omodon to formally report a case of missing person at the Abudu Police Division,” he added.

On his part, the National Youth chairman of the community, Mr Donald Egboko, appealed to security agencies to help track her the missing girl.

When contacted, the Divisional Police Officer in charge of Abudu, Mr Iyayi Kenneth, who confirmed that the incident was reported at the station, said that the case has been transferred to the State Police Command for further investigation.

But when contacted, the Command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Chidi Nwabuzor, said: “I will find out from the CID department and get back to you.”

Edo community seeks security agencies’ help in search for missing DELSU student


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