LASU Graduate Missing After She Was Given N500,000
Dec 16, 2012 – LASU Graduate Missing After She Was Given N500,000
The family members and friends of one Miss Tanwa Serifat Sanni, a 36-year-old lady, have been in great distress since her sudden disappearance on Friday October 12, 2012.
It was gathered that Serifat, a graduate of Business Administration, Lagos State University (LASU),on that fateful day left her residence at No 116 Ezeagwu Street, Ojo Road, by Alao Bus-stop, Ajegunle, around 5am without disclosing to anybody where she was going to.
Prior to her disappearance, Serifat was given N500,000 (cash) by her parents to start up a business of her own since she couldn’t gain a meaningful employment 11 years after her graduation. She was said to have left her house that day with the money, then mysteriously disappeared.
Speaking with the Press, a close family member to the missing lady told newsmen that the young lady,who is about 5ft tall, is mentally balanced and had never suffered from dementia.
They however appealed that anyone with useful information about the whereabouts of Serifat should kindly contact Alhaji Sanni Isiaka on 08054018208, Agboola Ganiyat on 08032262731 or the nearest police station. [DailyPost]