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Lady cries out for help, says her mother left Abuja to Lagos since May and has not returned

Lady cries out for help, says her mother left Abuja to Lagos since May and has not returned

- A Nigerian lady has cried out on social media after mother went missing

- The lady explained that her mother did not return home since she left in May

- She noted that her mother had left Abuja to come to Lagos state

Owoeye Aderibigbe Abiodun, a Nigerian lady has cried out for help on Instagram. The lady urged people to put her mother in their prayers after the woman reportedly went missing since May, 2018.

The lady, who identified her mother as Oluyemi Oluwatoyin Aderibigbe, explained that her mother had gone missing after she left home in Abuja to go to Lagos state. She revealed that her mother hasn't been back home since May, when she left.

Abiodun who took to Instagram to share her mother's story, asked people to keep an eye out for her mother. She expressed that the 54-year-old woman could be anywhere.

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On the Instagram post, the lady also asked people to pray for her mother's safe return back home. She explained that she believes that her mother is still alive.

She wrote: "She was last seen may 29th 2018 on her way from Abuja to Lagos by road. I have this strong conviction that she is still alive. Please remember her in your prayer closet and share on your page, cause anyone can have a useful information. So sorry to disturb your page. God bless you."

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"God in your infinite mercy bring Mrs Oluyemi out of danger and bring her back to us alive. I miss you mum, I can't wait to see you. 3months has been like 3years before my eyes. God please do that which only you can do. Magnify yourself like in the ages past. Victory is of the Lord."

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