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Yungace: Unilag Student And Upcoming Artiste Missing After Party At Quilox by mayoviral(m): 5:05pm On Apr 16, 2016
Oreoluwa Sokan, popularly known as YungAce has been reported missing. The final year student of the University Of Lagos was last seen at Quilox on Thursday. He has been missing since then.
His management and parents have no idea of his whereabout and has since reported at a local police station in Yaba area of Lagos.

YungAce is the biggest artiste in the university of Lagos which was closed down almost 2weeks ago.

In a phone conversation with his manager, he claimed not to have been in contact with him since Thursday, his phone has been switched off and no one has heard from him since then.

He then appealed to the general audience to help in the search for YungAce.
Anyone with an information should please contact the nearest police station or call; 0802 905 2193 or 0817 158 6806.

Re: Yungace: Unilag Student And Upcoming Artiste Missing After Party At Quilox by onatisi(m): 5:11pm On Apr 16, 2016
Publicity stunt. Now we know his name.

But why the guy dey advertise toothpaste like this sad
Re: Yungace: Unilag Student And Upcoming Artiste Missing After Party At Quilox by ClassCaptain(m): 5:12pm On Apr 16, 2016
I heard this too. So sad.

Still spoke to this g last week on bbm ..... I pray he is found... This guy still got a lot of talent the world aint ready for.

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