Lagos visitor goes missing

Lagos visitor goes missing

A Warri-man, Mr. Hope Ejerovbo, who was on a visit to Lagos, has gone missing.

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Mr. Ejerovbo lives in Warri, Delta State and had come to visit his brother at Lekki when he took a walk on Monday morning and his relatives had not seen nor heard from him at the time of this publication.

Ejerovbo’s guest, Mr. Abraham said since his sibling went missing relatives are worried about his safety, and had searched everywhere but he was not found.missing man 3

“I saw him when I came out from my room in the morning and he said he was going to take a walk down the street.

“To me, I believed it was going to be a short walk because he does not really know this area.

“In fact, it was my wife who opened the gate for him and that was all.

“Around 8:30am that same day, we became curious about his whereabouts.

“We tried his mobile and found out that it was switched off and that got us really worried.

“I searched all the road till 12noon and did not find him. I had to go to the police station to report the case,” he told Tribune.

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OrijoReporter’s findings revealed that Mr. Ejerovbo had lived in the UK where he attended City and Islington College, Bromley College and University of Greenwich.

He is married to Naomi Ejerovbo(both pictured right).

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