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Ghanaian woman goes missing in Lagos

Fifty-six-year-old Mrs Susan Wuni, a native of Nalerigu, North East Region of Ghana, who came to seek spiritual healing at a popular church at Ikotun, Lagos, has been declared missing.

Consul-General, Ghana Consulate Lagos, Mr. James Nyasembi, made this known in an interview with Radio Nigeria. 

Mr. Nyasembi appealed to relevant authorities and well spirited individuals with reliable information on her whereabouts, to contact the Commission.

Narrating their ordeal, one of the sons of the missing woman, thirty-one-year-old Mr. Matthew Wuni, said they arrived Nigeria on December 22, 2019 and lodged at a hotel close to the church after all efforts to access the church auditorium failed, due to the presence of a large crowd.  

Mr. Wuni said he left his mother at the hotel room to get her some consumables, only to arrive minutes later, discovering her absence till date. 

Radio Nigeria got in touch with the Police Public Relations officer, in Lagos, Mr. Bala Elkana who confirmed the incident but said investigation was on-going as messages had been sent to relevant authorities on the issue.

This is the second case of missing persons involving Ghanaians on a mission to that church, the first case was a Ghanaian man and his brother who came to the church, but one was declared missing hours after arriving the healing centre.

Radio Nigeria will keep you posted as the story unfolds.

Mary Fatile

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