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SERIOUS FEAR: Grips Lagos Community As 6 Kids Go Missing (Details below)



According to a report by The, at least six children have been declared missing in a Lagos community.

They were declared missing in Idi Araba, Mushin Local Government Area of Lagos State, as concerns over the safety of kids in the community grow on a daily basis.

The missing children are identified as Abdullahi Mohammed, Umairah Umar, Abubakar Sadiq, one Shittu, Abdullahi Olanrewaju and Abdulahad Ibrahim, who disappeared on Wednesday, January 27.

City Round learnt that the recurring disappearance suspected to be cases of abduction started about two years ago when four of the children went missing successively.

It was gathered that the children usually disappeared while playing with their mates within the vicinity, thereby throwing their parents into confusion.

“He was playing with his mates outside his grandma’s house on Garuba Musa Street that Wednesday,” Ibrahim’s mother, Hadiza, disclosed, her voice overwhelmed by grief.

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The suspects were arrested on Thursday and Friday, February 25, 26, at Nelson Mandela street in Calabar and Ekpenyong Ekpo in Akpabuyo local government area of the state.

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The 13 Brigade Nigerian Army Calabar has handed over two suspected drug dealers to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) for further investigation and prosecution.

The Officer Commanding 13 Brigade Provost Company, Maj. Stanley Ikpeme, handed over of the suspects to officials of NDLEA on behalf of the the 13 Brigade Commander, Brig.-Gen. Mohammed Abdullahi in Calabar on Saturday.

“These suspects were arrested by own troops at Nelson Mandela street in Calabar and Ekpenyong Ekpo in Akpabuyo local government area of Cross River for peddling in substances suspected to be drugs,” said Maj. Ikpeme.