Help Find Missing Children

Help Find Missing Children

A Heartbreaking Disappearance

A father named Chimaobi Agah is desperately searching for his four missing children. The children, Chinweotiti Chimaobi (7 years old, female), Nmesomachi Chimaobi (7 years old, female), Testimony Chimaobi (4 years old, male), and Godswill Chimaobi (2 years old, male), left for school on Monday, November 27, but have not been seen since then. Chimaobi is pleading with the Abia State Government and the state police command to come to their rescue.

A Worried Father’s Story

Chimaobi, who is 43 years old and from Amasiri in Ebonyi State, lives in Umuagua Ibeku in Umuahia North LGA, Abia State. He had to travel to Enugu State on that fateful day, so his wife prepared the children for school and hired a tricycle driver to take them to Great Ambassadors College in Nkwoegwu, Umuahia North. However, when the children did not return home at the end of the day, Chimaobi and his wife became extremely worried.

A Disturbing Discovery

Chimaobi and his wife raised an alarm when they realized that their children were missing. They suspected that the tricycle rider might have abducted them. The family has been shattered by this incident and is struggling to live a normal life.

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A Desperate Plea for Help

Chimaobi is now pleading with the public, the Abia State Government, and the police to help find his four children. He is feeling devastated and bored, as losing four children is not easy. He believes in forgiveness and asks for God’s mercy. Chimaobi wants his children to be rescued and brought back home safely.

The Police Investigation

Chimaobi reported the incident to the police, and they have been working on the case. The Abia State Police Command Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Maureen Chinaka, confirmed that an investigation is ongoing. The police are urging anyone with information about the missing children to come forward and report it to the nearest police station.

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