Nigerian lady goes missing, her sister cries out for help

Nigerian lady goes missing, her sister cries out for help

- A young lady living in Ikeji, Lagos state, Nancy Rosemary, has been missing for two weeks and her lines switched off

- Her sister, Chinenye MaryJane, said that all members of the family are worried about her whereabouts

- MaryJane asked people with details of her location not to hesitate to reach out to them via 07010093401

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A young Nigerian lady, Nancy Rosemary, has gone missing in Lagos state. Her sister, Chinenye MaryJane put out a call for help on Wednesday, October 7.

According to the sister, Rosemary stays in Ikeja. She added that her location has been unknown for two weeks and her mobile lines are unreachable.

MaryJane said the whole family, especially their old parents, are worried sore. She, therefore, appealed to Nigerians to give information that could help in locating her. The sister said she could be reached on 07010093401.

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Below is her post:

Many people have reacted to her post as they prayed for the sister's safe return.

A collage of the missing lady's pictures.
Photo source: Facebook/Nancy Rosemary

A collage of the missing lady's pictures. Photo source: Facebook/Nancy Rosemary
Source: Facebook

Below are some of the reactions:

Ukonu Chibuzor Stella said:

"Oh my God! God does not abandon his own.He will surely bring her back safe and sound."

Prince Johnson Sunday said:

"Oh my God !!! The Spirit of God will move in a miraculous way to wherever she is and deliver her from wherever she is in Jesus Name AMEN."

Duribe Emerald Patience said:

"God does not forsake his own.. she will surely be found hale and healthy in Jesus name... Amen."

Nkiru Ogbuoji Udoye said:

"Chai. We pray for God's intervention and Divine liberation."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that the Nigeria Police Force rescued Bisola Ajayi who was abducted days ago in Port Harcourt from the kidnappers' den.

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The Rivers police spokesperson, Nnamdi Omoni, confirmed the release of the lawyer. As at the time of writing this report, further details of the rescue have not been given.

Before she gained her freedom, Bisola's sister cried out for help in a video after unknown gunmen carried out the horrible act. She said the armed men shot at them as they drove her sister off in a white Venza.

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