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Yaba College of Technology Parents thrown into panic following disappearance of undergraduate

Emmanuel Kolade had left home for work on the day he was declared missing, according to his father.

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Emmanuel Kolade

(Punch News)

The parents of an undergraduate at the Yaba College of Technology, Lagos have been thrown into panic following his disappearance.

Punch News reported that the student, Emmanuel Kolade, left his parents' residence at Awolumate Street, Ajuwon, Ogun State and has not been seen since then.

This happened on Friday, November 11, 2016, according to a report.

His father, Adeniyi Kolade, said the missing person had not been seen since he left on the day for his office in Ikeja.

“On November 11, he told me that he was going to his workplace in Ikeja, from where he would go to school. 

"When his mother was about travelling that morning, he called her back and gave her N500 to augment her fare.

“However, when it was 7.30pm and we didn’t hear from him, we became worried. This was because he never stayed out late.

"We  called his telephone lines, but they were switched off. We checked at his place of work and his colleagues said he didn’t resume for work that morning.

"The school also said they did not see him. All our efforts have proved abortive.”

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The case was reported at the Ajuwon Police Station, Ogun State, as well as other law enforcement offices.

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