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Army declares serving officer missing

06 December 2013, 11:57

Abuja - The Nigerian Army on Friday declared a serving officer,  Sgt. Adeyemo Abimbola of the Department of Policy and Plans, Army Headquarters Abuja, missing.

This is contained in a statement issued in Abuja and signed by Brig.-Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru, Director of Army Public Relations.

The statement added that Abimbola was dressed in black jeans trousers and a top when last seen.

It said she left her residence in Mogadishu Cantonment, at about mid-day on November 30 to go to the Wuse Market Abuja and had since not returned.

“All efforts by her husband and family members to locate her has not yielded results.”

“Abimbola is about 30 years old, 1.65 metres tall, light in complexion and with no facial marks.”

She is a native of Ikire in Irewolede Local Government Area of Osun, and speaks Yoruba and English languages fluently.

The army called on anyone with useful information on her whereabouts to contact the nearest Nigerian Army unit, police station or call 08033703837 and 08103880646.

-    NAN

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