Unknown Keke Rider Disappeared With 4 Siblings – Parents Speak

Nigeria Police Force

Parents of Four Missing Kids in Abia state have made official report to The Nigeria  police narrating how their children went to school boarding unknown tricycle (Keke) and end up Missing.

Their account were contained in a Police statement made available to News Men and Signed by ASP Maureen Chinaka LLB Anipr, Police Public Relations Officer,
Abia State Police Command.

The press statement reads “On 28/11/2023, at about 1530 hrs, Mr Chimaobi Agha and his wife, Mrs Chimaobi Oluchi, residents of Umuagu (IBeku, Umuahia North LGA), visited Ohuhu Police Divisional headquarters to report an incident. According to their account, on Monday, 27/11/2023, at 0730 hrs, Mrs Chimaobi Oluchi escorted their four children identified as follows:

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1. Chinweotiti Chimaobi (7 yrs old, female)
2. Nmesomachi Chimaobi (7 yrs old, female)
3. Testimony Chimaobi (4 yrs old, male)
4. Godswill Chimaobi (2 yrs old, male)

The children’s mother escorted them to the junction of her street to board an unknown tricycle destined for Great Ambassadors College, Ukaiuga Nkwoegwu, Ohuhu, in Umuahia North LGA. No one escorted or went with them, considering that the eldest is 7 years old and the tricyclist is unknown. Unfortunately, at the end of the school day, the children did not return home as anticipated.

“The police initiated an investigation into the whereabouts of the missing children. Further investigation has shown that the children were not present in school on the specified date, and the investigation to trace the missing children is ongoing.
We urge anyone with information that could aid in locating them to promptly report to the nearest police station”.

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