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British Man Looking For Nigerian Dad: Rob Mamuda Needs Help Finding Hamidu Mamuda

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April 20, 2015 – British Man Looking For Nigerian Father: Rob Mamuda Asks For Help Finding Hamidu Mamuda

Pictured above is a British Nigerian man waiting anxiously to re-connect with his father from Nigeria.

Rob Mamuda took to Facebook yesterday to tell his fans that his father from Plateau state Nigeria do write him letters when he was about age 16 but didn’t get the letters until he turned 36.

48-year-old Rob Mamuda is now looking for ways to reconnect with his father several years after.

Check out what Rob told fellow Nigerians on Facebook yesterday;

“This is my dad. Hamidu Mamuda. I haven’t seen him since this picture was taken. Circumstances beyond my control. I want to find out what happened to my dad. If you are Nigerian especially from Jos or Plateau state please share this picture. He wrote to me often until I was 16 but I didn’t find the letters until I was 36. Like you all I loved my dad and now this is my last chance to find him. Please share this picture with anyone Nigerian”.



  1. Mathew Iyke

    April 20, 2015 at 4:54 AM

    Rob Go to plateau yourself to find out or send your mother there

  2. enny

    April 20, 2015 at 5:37 AM

    No address for the letter?

  3. mulikat

    April 20, 2015 at 5:55 AM

    Rob,send it to all Local and state TV,this pics and infos u have from any letter he send to u b4.

  4. rankybaby

    April 20, 2015 at 8:42 AM

    Rob,focus on ur future,and continue with ur life if at the end of the day u are unable to see ur father.Don’t get ur self work up,because if u continue like this one hungry man from a bush will just claim to be ur father,and u will end up putting urself into problems.Open ur eyes THIS IS NIGERIA.The bible says when my father and my mother forsake me the lord will take me up,focus on GOD and continue urlife cos that willbe better for u,cos some people in NIGERIA even regret of having a father.

    • OLA

      April 20, 2015 at 2:51 PM

      Rankybaby, you a ******!

  5. Femi

    April 20, 2015 at 11:33 AM

    Rod , l am sure the social media will be able to help . I have an in-law who never met his dad until he turned 52 . It was all through the help of social media. He finally traced his father to where he lived in London, knocked on the door and the man himself opened it . The rest is history. Get messages across to all local goats in Plateau state with his picture. Keep checking for feedback . I am sure you will find him . I pray he is still alive. All the best mate.

  6. El-Mu'az

    April 20, 2015 at 4:51 PM

    Life over years without your father, it may happen to get your right father or your father has dismay. We know blood is ticker than water, be wise with Nigeria.Moreso, if your mother is still alive she will tell you the reality.

  7. mary

    April 20, 2015 at 7:00 PM

    femi, u re a nice person. I also pray u find him alive, Amen.

  8. mercy

    April 20, 2015 at 8:35 PM

    This story break my heart cus the father of my baby don’t know his father. His father abadon him when he was born and relocate to enugu. He promised me he will be the Best father if I have a child with him. I was convinced and I got pregnant. My baby is a year and 2 months now. Could u believe this very man abadon me and my baby ever since I got pregnant? This life

  9. Zeal Obidah Bitrus

    April 20, 2015 at 11:36 PM

    There’s a man named Hamidu Mamuda hails from my home town and he was married to a white while he was working plateau state, but I don’t know her nationality. His junior brother is currently a Reverend in United Methodist Church in Nigeria (UMCN) Named Rev. Ibrahim Mamuda, I can help him get in touch with the Reverend and may be the Reverend tell him if he is not there own. my home town is Bambur Karim Lamido LGA of Taraba state, the small town happens to be a boundary between Plateau state and Taraba and on the other side between Go be and Taraba state. my Name is Mr. Zeal Obidah Bitrus, my email:, my phone number: 08067430651, 08166176326. Thank you.

  10. Femi

    April 21, 2015 at 4:32 AM

    Rankybaby , it would he been better if u just ***** instead of vomiting ****. Do u know what it means not to know your father?

  11. rankybaby

    April 21, 2015 at 7:25 AM

    Femi u don’t need to insult me for what av said,cos if u see what is happening outside and the problems some so called father has caused for their children.and at thesame time this is nigeria,before u see it now some set of people will just arise claiming to be the organization that helped people to seek for their lost dad and mum,at the end of the day he will be duped,and he will get back to his country and be saying all sorts of bad things concerning Nigerians.I know what it means to av a father cos my father was the best dad when he was alive,as for my father inlaw,he is a regret and an object of ridicule and disgrace to his children

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