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83-yr-old grandmother declared missing in Lagos

A 83-year-old woman has been declared missing in Lagos. According to her granddaughter, “Mama was last seen on Wednesday, the 21st of August 2019 at Mushin boarding a bus to Oshodi”

See the granddaughter’s post and share this story until Mama is found:

Amosa Mercy Bakare

Hi friends, good morning. This is my grand Ma by name Amosa Mercy Bakare, a native of Abeokuta in Ogun State. She is in her early 80 but has been declared missing since Wednesday 21st August, 2019 at about noonday that she was last seen at Mushin where she joined a bus going to Oshodi. Afterwards, her whereabouts is yet to be known.

Below is her details please;
Name: Amosa Mercy Bakare
Age: 80+
Location last seen: Mushin
Height: average
Hair colour: black with low cut
Eye colour: black with mild cataract
Cloth worn: native gown
Health condition: slight dementia (she still has ability to recall)

Please, help us share this information and kindly reach me on 07036370180. if you see anyone in the description. Thank you and God bless you for your assistance.
#instablog @ Mushin


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