Concern over missing Lagos banker
Concern is growing for a staff of Ecobank, Bukola Ogundolie-Olowookere, who works in the bank’s branch at Bourdillon, Ikoyi, Lagos, and has been missing since Thursday, May 5, 2016.
Bukola, who turned 33-year-old two Sundays ago was said to have called her husband, Mr. Wale Olowookere, after she closed at work informing him that she was on her way home.
He expected to see her at their Oke-Afa home in Ejigbo Local Council Development Area of Lagos State – but the mother-of-two did not return till date, and has been declared missing.
A search has regularly been carried out by the police, and her family members and friends along Ajao Estate area where she was dropped by her colleague, who gave her a lift without success.
At this point, family and friends have begun to worry, and have turned to facebook to locate their beloved cousin, in-law, sibling and friend, posting on her timeline.
One Sophie Fey posted: ” I surround you Bukola Ogundolie- Olowookere with the wall of fire, every conspiracy, gang up, every negative plans concerning you, today, I decree and declare, thunder of most high arise in your anger, disorganise them, set confusion into the camp of the enemies. Put every coven of darkness to shame. The blood of the lamb will speak for you. Psalm 91 is my daily decree for you. The Lord will make his eye shine upon you. You will come back home in peace in Jesus name. Nothing missing, nothing broken in Jesus name. (3 John 2).”
Another, Ogundolie Folakemi wrote: “God Almighy(sic), have mercy on Bukola Olowookere Ogundolie, deliver her and return her back to her family in Jesus name.”
“Dear God, You are the mighty hand that saves. The earth is of you and its fullness. Stretch forth your mighty hand to save Bukola Ogundolie- Olowookere wherever she could be right now. Her family and we all await to see her again in good health and in sound mind. I join all in faith to declare her return to home in Jesus name. Thank you Lord because we know you never fail (Amen),” one EyinjuOluwa Holuwapheranmi prayed in her/his post on the missing banker’s timeline.
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