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Police: Three children declared missing in Imo will be found

Police: Three children declared missing in Imo will be found
March 18
22:51 2024

The Imo police command says it will ensure that the three children declared missing in the state are found and reunited with their families.

On Monday, three children were declared missing by their families in the Oru-Ahiara community, Ahiazu-Mbaise LGA of the state.

The missing children are identified as Ikechukwu Nnadozie, aged 10; Chioma Onuoha, aged 7; and Chibuike Okechukwu Onuoha, aged 5.

They were said to have gone missing on March 13 after stepping out to buy pencils at Afor Ogbe market.


A source in the community said their parents had taken them to the market.

”We wish to draw the attention of the general public on the missing of the following children since Wednesday 13th March 2024 at Afor Ogbe market,” the families announced in a statement.

“Please any person with useful information about the missing persons (children) should contact Ifeanyi Nwachukwu- 08036705372, Charles Ihejiere -07033707138 or any police station, Catholic or Anglican churches.”


Reacting to the incident, Henry Okoye, spokesperson of the command, said the police are committed to reuniting the children with their parents and getting their abductors arrested.

“The command operatives are still on the lookout for the children. It is a very sad incident, we understand how bad the parents feel,” Okoye said.

”The Command is highly committed to reuniting the missing children back with their parents.”


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