Help me find my mother, she got missing in Ibadan - Woman laments

Help me find my mother, she got missing in Ibadan - Woman laments

- A woman has begged for help on Twitter to locate her missing mother whose phone has also been switched off

- @Sisi_Shalewa said that her mother was last seen when she was leaving Oluwo for Amuloko in Ibadan, Oyo state

- The dampened daughter hinted that the situation may worsen her father's health as he has been crying for his dear one

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A woman with the Twitter handle @Sisi_Shalewa has cried out for help as her mother went missing in Ibadan.

Making the development known on Thursday, August 6, she said that not knowing the location of her mother is driving her crazy.

She added that her head hurts really bad and she "can't do this alone". Giving more details about her last whereabouts, @Sisi-Shalewa said that the mother last left Oluwo for Amuloko in Ibadan. The missing woman's phone has also been switched off.

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In a separate tweet, the woman said that her dad is a hypertensive patient and the man has been wallowing in tears all day for his wife.

The daughter of the missing woman, therefore, directed that whoever may have seen the woman should call 07013055855.

In her first post on Twitter, she attached a picture of her carrying a child (which shows that she may be a new mother) sitting beside her mother.

We only hope her case ends on a good note like Nelo AyoWinter Atuanya who after looking for her 11-year-old child, Chemiezie, for hours in Onitsha found him.

Below is her earlier tweet:

This was her tweet giving the update:

A collage of the missing woman and her daughter. Photo source: Twitter/@Sisi_Shalewa

A collage of the missing woman and her daughter. Photo source: Twitter/@Sisi_Shalewa
Source: Twitter

Social media users have reacted to the call for help as they offered prayers and hope. Below are some of their reactions:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the mother of the children who were kidnapped in Ojoo area of Ibadan, Oyo state, on Sunday, April 26, cried out for help in a new video as she appealed to the abductors of her twins.

In the emotionally laden video, the woman told the kidnappers to consider the number of years she has had to wait before she had the kids.

As she spoke, she kept sobbing as she gestured pleadingly and almost totally broke down in tears. The mother also told the kidnappers that whatever thing they want, her husband will do it.

Towards the end of the video, she said: "Please return my kids, I don't have anybody except God. Consider the labour pains I went through and return them."

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