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|Missing! 2-year-old Girl Mysteriously Disappears From Parents’ Bedside (photo) by phensbassey: 4:26pm On Apr 06, 2016|
A 2-year-old girl, Chinaza
disappeared from her
parents’ bedside in their
residence. It happened on
March 6, in the Amuwo
Odofin area of Lagos State.
Parents are still waiting for
their missing daughter!
Chinaza is the last parents’ child, whose 14-
year-old marriage has brought four children
Emeka, 13, Chioma 9, Obinna, 7, and
The mother, Mrs. Chinyere, says: “The
last time I saw my last
daughter was on the 6th of
March, around 1am. I had just
fed her with tea and bread. She
was wearing red trousers with
a shirt. The only thing she
could say was to call mummy,
daddy, and brother. She is a
girl that when you go close to
her, you would not regret it.
She plays with everybody.”
After feeding her daughter, Chinyere went to
bed and slept off. She woke up at 4am and
noticed daughter’s disappearance from her side.
“It was around 4am when I
woke up from sleep but I did
not see my daughter. I woke my
husband up and he told me to
check her in the other room
where her brothers and sister
laid. I did as my husband told
me, but I did not see her. I
continued to search for her. I
went outside the room to
search for her, yet I didn’t see
her”, Mrs. Chinyere comments.
Immediately frightened mom decided to call the
attention of her neighbors to her predicament.
“I began to shout. I woke all my
neighbors. I urged them to help
me check if my daughter
walked into their houses. But I
discovered my front door was
opened. I hardly leave the front
door opened. I was the one who
closed the compound gate and
our door that night. I could not
have left the door opened,” she
Chinyere noticed that the gate to the compound
was also tampered with. “The gate was
forcefully opened. Our
neighbors passed underneath
the gate. Some of my
neighbors came home around 1
am. Underneath the gate there
is a large hole there that one
can pass through into the
compound,” she adds.
Chinaza’s father, Kenneth Agwa, said this
disappearance was like abduction by an in-
house friend. Their door was also opened when
they woke up, disclosing that this door can be
opened from outside, even when locked from
“They could enter my
apartment through the main
door. Anybody close to me in
the compound knows how to
open it. You can stretch your
hand over the door and unhook
the door. When we lost our key
there is a place I cut the door.
All the boys in the compound
come to my house to charge
their phones, therefore, they
know how to unlock the door.
That day, they used the same
method to steal the baby
away,” he narrated.
People searched for Chinaza everywhere. They
even went to the forest, the neighboring
communities and the barracks. Also, parents
went to the Police and made a proper
Two of Kenneth’s neighbors are currently in
police custody. One of the suspects, Chinonso,
was arrested for making an ambitious statement.
He had boasted, in Kenneth’s presence, that he
would make money, by hook or by crook.
Kenneth alleged that Chinaza was very close to
The second suspect in custody is Onyeka. He
was arrested because his shoe was seen in the
compound on the day of Chinaza’s
Kenneth is pleading with the two suspects or
whoever is with his child to release her.
Chinyere is still expecting her baby to walk into
the house through the front door. It is the same
hope she is giving her other children. “I
have been telling them that
they should be calm that their
sister would return,” she states.
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