- A Nigerian woman identified as Nelo Atuanya has taken to social media to call for help
- The single mother called on well-meaning Nigerians to look for her 11-year-old son who went missing
- Nelo shared photos of her boy and begged God not to leave her childless
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Losing a child is undoubtedly one of the most painful torments a loving mother can go through.
A Nigerian woman identified as Nelo Atuanya recently took to her social media pages to share her pain with the world after her only child went missing.
Nelo who is a single mother took to her Facebook and Twitter pages to share photos of her 11-year-old boy as she called on the help of Nigerians to help locate him.
The woman said that her son’s name is Chimezie as she shared his photos. She wrote: “My Son, Chiemezie is missing! For those in Onitsha, Fegge and upper Iweka environ, if you see any child with the picture below, kindly contact me 08166635125. He is 11years or log him to the nearest police station.”
See her tweet below:
In another post, a Twitter user said that Chimezie was last seen at Lagos Park in Onitsha.
Nelo also cried on to God not to leave her childless and that her son is the only person she works and lives for.
See the tweet below:
This is so sad.
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A former boss and benefactor of Opeyemi Agbenuso also come out with more details about the treacherous character of the young man.
The man identified as Oriyomi Hamzat on Facebook penned a lengthy note in which he talked about his experiences with Agbenuso before he started working for the cleric.
Hamzat claimed that he started sponsoring Agbenuso when he was in JSS 3 and even made efforts to help him study abroad.
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However, when the travel process proved abortive, he assisted him in securing admission at the University of Ibadan.
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