The Ebonyi State Police Command has urged members of the public to make available any useful information on a missing National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member in the state.
The spokesman of the Police in the state, Loveth Odah, said this in a statement issued in Abakaliki, the state capital.
Odah said the 24-year-old male corps member, Victor Omah, who is serving with the Agency of Mass Literacy in Abakaliki was declared missing on November 11.
He hails from Adekafane Ugwolawo in Ofu Local Government Area of Kogi State.
Odah revealed that Omah’s roommate, Innocent Ujah, reported that the missing corps member left their lodge at the National Association of Catholic Church Corps Members Family House around 6 pm on November 9 to an unknown destination and has not returned to date.
She said the police have disseminated the information to police formations within Ebonyi.
“The command is intensifying efforts to trace the missing person. He is dark in complexion, 5 feet tall, speaks Igala dialect and English language fluently, and has no tribal mark.
"All efforts made to trace the victim as of the time of this publication has proved abortive,” Odah said.
The police asked members of the public to report any information about the missing corps member to the NYSC or the nearest police station.
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