28-year-old Nigerian nurse, Lucy Likeh, has been reported missing by her family in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

The nurse who is employed at a private organization located at MKK Plaza in Jabi, Abuja, reportedly disappeared on Friday after visiting Zuba Park to send a parcel to a friend in Minna, Niger State.

Despite the confirmation that her friend in Minna received the parcel, Lucy has not returned home, and her mobile phone has been turned off since the day she went missing.

Shadrach Obi, Lucy’s brother-in-law, made a public appeal through social media, sharing a missing person notice.

In his words;

“My wife’s younger sister who stays with us is missing.

She’s a nurse and works with a private organization at MKK Plaza in Jabi. She chatted with my wife on Friday evening, mentioning she would go to Zuba Park after work to send a parcel to a friend in Minna. Since then, we have not seen her, and her phone has been switched off.

He confirmed that Lucy did reach Zuba and successfully sent the parcel, as verified by the receiver.

The family has reported her disappearance to the police stations in Utako and Zuba. Obi urged anyone with useful information to contact him at 08035545578 or report to the nearest police station.

Lucy was reportedly last seen wearing a black tracksuit, a black and white chiffon shirt, and a fez cap.

Speaking to The Punch on Wednesday, Obi confirmed the ongoing search efforts.

“She’s my wife’s younger sister, and she hasn’t been found yet. As I speak to you now, I am on my way to the FCT Police Command. I have already reported the incident to the police stations around her workplace and at Zuba, where she said she was going on Friday. However, those efforts have not yielded any results yet. Today, I am going to the command to make a report,” Obi said.


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