14-Year-Old Found On Lagos Road Tell Police He Could Not Find His Sister After Arriving From Uganda

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A 14-year-old teenager who was found roaming on the road in Lagos State has told men of the state police command that he could no longer find his sister after they arrived in Nigeria from Kampala, the Ugandan capital.

The Public Relations Officer of the Lagos State Police Command, Benjamin Hundeyin, who announced the development on his X handle on Saturday, June 1, 2024, said the teenager, whose name was given as Mukejji Nathaniel Milian, said he arrived Nigeria with his sister from Uganda and missed her somewhere in Lagos.

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According to Hundeyin, when the police operatives asked him more questions after they brought him to the command headquarters, he said he did not know her phone number or address in Nigeria, neither did he know the phone number she was using in Uganda.

The teenager at the state police command headquarters, as posted by Hundeyin on Saturday.

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Hundeyin, who said the boy had been with the command since May 23, added that contact had been established with the Nigerian High Commission in Uganda and the command is waiting for response regarding the message sent to the High Commission.

Hundeyin wrote: “14-year-old Mukejji Nathaniel Milian claims he arrived Nigeria with his sister from Kampala, Uganda and missed her somewhere in Lagos. He does not know her phone number or address in Nigeria, neither does he know any phone number in Uganda. He has been with us since May, 23, 2024.”………See More

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