So far, the whereabouts of a 22-year-old sister-in-law, Oluwabamise Ayanwola, have not been seen since she was found dead in the Chevron station area on a BRT bus heading to Oshodi around 7pm.
According to some reports, Bamise is the youngest of her family and works as a tailor in the Chevron Estate area of Ajah, Lagos.
A statement from the Lagos State Police Command said, “We have been hit hard and we will work hard to find the woman and her abductors.”
In a statement approved by the Lagos State Police spokesperson, CPS Adekunle Ajisebutu, they are informing the public that they are not yet fully aware of the fact that they were released on Sunday this week.
As soon as the news reached the police hearing the investigation started about the incident surrounding his disappearance started immediately.
Police are investigating the case, and two suspects have been arrested and are being investigated.
Our police department urges the public and anyone who has any news of this incident to provide them with the information that will help their work.
We heard that she was from the Moba local government area of Ekiti state, she was black and could speak Yoruba and English fluently.