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Five months After: Unilorin Missing Student, Aisha Yet To Be Found - Father Call For CP Intervention

Five months after 200 Level student of the University of Ilorin, Aisha Kuranga who was declared missing, despite the collaboration of security operatives with the school management she's yet to be found.

The 19-year-old Aisha, who is a student of the Department of Educational Technology in the institution, was on 24th July, 2018 declared missing by her family.

It would recall that, this medium has reported that her father, Alhaji Kayode Kuranga sometime in August this year told pressmen that, all efforts by the police, Department of State Security (DSS) and Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) to locate his daughter is yet to yield the desired result.

He however expressed confidence that the security operatives will find his child soon.

Meanwhile speaking with Our medium on Saturday on telephone interview said that, the father of the missing student, Alhaji Kayode Kuranga said he is in state of confusion adding that all effort to bring back his daughter proved abortive.

He said; "I have spent so much money for the security operatives, my family too supported me financially yet we don't get any result.

"I was told that they have sent signal to Abuja for the case of my daughter like some months ago still no feedback. Only to be told that they awaiting reply from Abuja Police headquarters."

Alhaji Kuranga therefore call onto Kwara State Police Commissioner, Bolaji Fafowora to please make use of his office to look into the case of his missing daughter.

"I'm using this opportunity to seek for you help to use your good office and position as CP to intervene by assisting us in getting quick response and result in getting where about of our daughter.

"We are presently in dilemma of the whole situation and not knowing where we are on the matter. As it was always said Police is our friend if not family. Please helps to find the root of the matter."

According a Police source who divulged to us said, the Former Commissioner of Police, Aminu Pai assigned two police officers to look into the matter which a lot of steps has been taken which led to the arrest of three suspects  in connection with the missing Student adding that investigation on the matter has been extended to Abuja since August.

Another police source also told this medium testified that three suspects were arrested and they have been released though he couldn't give a reasons for their release to our reporter. 

Although a relative of family on anonymity condition told our reporter that,"  the  suspects released have revealed evidences that linked them up in the missing of the Student to the police yet they were released."

When contact, on the development, the State Police Spokes person said, that, the case is under serious investigation adding that the police are still working on it.

He made this statement on telephone interview with Kwarareporters that, since the day the case has been reported, the officers in charged has been working on it.

It would also recall that, while Speaking with our reporter in a telephone interview in August, Alhaji Kuranga disclosed that the family has informed security operatives in the state about the unfortunate incident.

Kuranga however said he was informed about the sad incident 24 hours after his daughter’s disappearance.

“We were disturbed and demoralised after hearing about the disappearance of my daughter. We took off from Lagos to Ilorin on July 26 and since our arrival, we have been meeting with the school management and security operatives.

“We have reported the case at the “F” Division at Tanke, “A” Division police station and police headquarters.

“We also reported to the Department of State Security and they are all working tirelessly to ensure that our child is back safely.

“I rely on Almighty Allah and I believe the security operatives will find my child and she will return home safely,” he added.
Also, the management of the University of Ilorin has assured that no stone would be left unturned to locate the whereabouts of the missing student.

Speaking with this medium, the Sub dean, Students Affairs, Dr Alex Akanmu said, “We are hopeful that our student will return safely to us and the management is working assiduously on this.”

According to reports, Aisha was discovered missing around 7pm on Tuesday July 24.

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