A first cycle of the University of Benin, Olive Ize-Iyamu, was declared disappeared by his family. According to his constant elder sister of Ebonrugwu, who spoke with Lib, she talked about the last time with Olive on May 17th.
'' I spoke to Olive on Monday, May 17th. She was supposed to be at school. She is a student of Uniben, department of microbiology. When I talked to him on Monday, she said she was at school. I went back to work on Tuesday, I tried to call it but it did not cross. I felt it was network problems. Wednesday until Sunday, I tried to have reached it. I worried. I asked my older brother if he had heard her, he said no and that he was trying to reach it but his number did not cross. I agreed, no need for anxiety. ''
Constant said she then received a message from one of her cousins, nosa, asking if she had heard about olive. She said Nosa who resides in Ajah, told her that they had to look for Olive as he has not heard of her for more than 9 days.
"I called three of his friends who I had their numbers that were in his school. I still did not understand that she was in Lagos. I still thought she was at school. So I quickly called for his hostel companions and they said they had not seen it for about two weeks and that she had not been at school. So, I had to call nosa back and ask Nosa that when was he talking to Olive and she said she was. That's when Nosa opened me that the olive was in his place in Ajah for more than three weeks. He said she dressed and said she was going to see someone, she had the order to cook someone as the person paid money in her account. I said cook? Does the olive cooking for people? He said that the story of the olive told him. He said it's been 9 days, he heard about her. I said instead of wasting time, let me put it on social media. Someone can help. I called my father, I called my older brother and our Nosa went to the police station. They were asked to go to Ajah yesterday but nothing was done. We asked them to send a request to the line it uses so that they could give us his last appeal because the Nosa said she used Uber. If we can draw the Uber driver. The police said they did not have a network. I went to the communication company she uses, they said they can not give me and it's a confidential message and that he must be from the police. We are just blocked. Nothing is done outside the social media that I started.
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