Ex-UNIBEN JUPEB student declared missing(photo)

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A former JUPEB student of the University of Benin, UNIBEN identified as Eweka Osahenrumwen has been declared missing.

According to sources, the 17-year-old was last seen on the 15th of February around 8pm at Idunonmwina quarters, Ovia North East.

He is a student of Science class of the JUPEB programme’s last academic session.

Any information regarding his whereabouts should be kindly communicated to the phone number below:

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08189323405.

See photo of the missing boy below:

Ex-UNIBEN JUPEB student declared missing(photo)

Recall that recently, another JUPEB student of the institution identified as Vitamin Wendy, faked her death on the grounds of been used for money rituals by her boyfriend but later returned to give details about what happened. Read full story(here )



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