- A female student of the University of Benin has been declared missing by her family members
- Olive Ize-Iyamu was last heard from on Monday, May 17, her elder sister confirmed
- The missing lady had reportedly gone to a client's place to deliver cooking service
Family members of an undergraduate student of the University of Benin have raised an alarm over the whereabouts of their ward.
The young lady identified as Olive Ize-Iyamu of the department of microbiology left home to deliver cooking services to a client who made the payment into her account, according to Yabaleftonline.
The identity of her client wasn't however given.
Confirming the situation, Olive's elder sister identified as Constance Ebonugwu told LindaIkejiblog that she last spoke to her on May 17.
Constance said Olive was in school the last day they spoke but couldn't reach her days after that.
Worried, she reached her elder brother who also affirmed that he hadn't heard from the UNIBEN student in the past 9 days.
"When I spoke to her on Monday, she said she was in school. I came back from work on Tuesday, I tried calling her but it didn't go through. I felt it was network issues. On Wednesday through till Sunday, I tried reaching her it didn't go through. I became worried. I asked my older brother if he had heard from her, he said no and that he was trying to reach her but her number wasn't going through.
"I said okay, no need for worry. ''
Efforts at getting the last call she received had proved abortive.
The family members have since lodged complaints at the police station but thought it necessary to make a social media outcry in a bid to employ all available means to ensure she is found.
They appealed to anyone with valuable information that could help the search to reach the number 08033212311.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the body of the 19-year-old Nigerian student that had been missing in the UK had been found.
BBC reported that the 19-year-old had not been seen by his family since Monday, March 22, when he left their home in Ladbroke Grove.
Legit.ng gathers that the officers searching for the Oxford Brookes student found a body in a pond in Epping Forest on Monday evening, April 5.
Police said the deceased's family had been informed. Okorogheye's death is being treated as unexplained as the police said they do not believe anyone else was involved, Evening Standard also reported.