Ogun missing banker found in Mokwa


CITIZENS COMPASSA banker, Olumide Openaike, who was declared missing in Ogun State, has been found in the Mokwa area of Niger State. 

Until his sudden disappearance  on Wednesday, January 17, 2024, he was said to be working with a Microfinance bank at Kemta Oloko in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State. 

His wife, Temitope, who works with a microfinance bank in Onikolobo, Abeokuta, Temitope, disclosed this on her social media handles on Thursday. 

She said, “I am happy to tell you that my husband has been found in a place called Mokwa in Niger State. He called me on Tuesday afternoon.

“He got the phone from one of the residents there because he said those who abducted him collected his phone. We then told him to make a report at the police station there; the police officer on duty who spoke to us said he was in Mokwa.

“Transportation money was then arranged and sent to him; he got to Ibadan yesterday, Wednesday, where he slept. His family members are in Ibadan. He will be back in Abeokuta today.”

Temitope had on Sunday, said her husband, who left home for his workplace on Wednesday, January 17, failed to return home.

A viral WhatsApp message had announced the missing banker and father of one said to be a member of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Strong Tower Zonal Headquarters, Ogun Province 28.

The WhatsApp message partly reads, “Please, I want to let you all know that Mr. Openaike Francis Olumide has been missing since yesterday, Wednesday (17/1/2024) in the morning on his way to his working place. That was when we last heard from him till now. No one has seen or heard anything about him which has never happened before. RCCG Ogun 28 brethren and his family have been in great shock and confusion for his disappearance.”

In a telephone conversation, the spokesman, Ogun State Police Command, SP Omolola Odutola, confirmed the development. 


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