Family and friends are growing increasingly concerned over the whereabouts of media personality Martin Udogie who has been missing since over a month.

Udogie who anchors Fidelity SME Forum, a popular radio programme on several stations and publishes BottomLINE magazine, a subscription-only newsletter was last seen on October 23, 2015, at Maryland around Ikeja with his red colour Peugeot 2006 salon car with registration number LY 594AA.

Family and friends of the Edo-born media personality and former banker have remained concern about his whereabouts and have been searching for him since he went missing.

A first class graduate, friends of Udogie on facebook are worried and are hoping he is found safe, and posting on his timeline.

One Opeyemi Agbaje posted: “I’m shocked to hear Martin Udogie has been missing since October. If any of my friends has any information, kindly inbox or phone me. We need to see how we can help!!!”

Another facebook friend, Moshood Isamotu wrote “Missing? How pls. Kidnapped? In Lagos? Common! This is a professional just doing his own things. No matter what I pray and believe he will come back alive.”
Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Martin Udogie are asked to call police.

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