- Comfort Offor's father called on the public for help to find his missing daughter
- He said his daughter comfort got married to one Mr. John David in 2007
- He said his family is disturbed because they do not know whether she is still alive or dead
Matthew Offor has cried out to the public for help over his daughter Comfort who went missing about four years ago.
Naija News reports that after interviews with Offor’s family, it gathered that Comfort got married to John David in 2007.
The family claimed that the last time they heard from her was in 2012 and all other attempts to get in touch with her since then have been to no avail.
Offor disclosed that Comfort’s phone number has not been reachable and her husband does not pick the calls.
He said: ‘’We have contacted some of his brethren who are of higher hierarchy than him to help us, even to give us their leader’s phone number, John Adegoro-Oluwa may be he can help us, but they refused.
‘’Brethren Fellowship is a religious organization based in Lagos. Although they are all over Nigeria but their activities are not really pronounced.
One of Comfort Offor’s sisters, Emi said:“After about 2 years that we didn’t hear from her, my dad sent me toto check up on her where she works at Baywood Construction Company. I went there with my fiancé who is now my husband.
''On getting there, we were told that she was no longer working there but one of the staffs offered to take us to her house because she moved out of the house we knew.
‘’He took us there, we knocked at the gate but the gate man said they were not at home and we were not granted further access.
‘’I called her line which she picked and asked who it was, I told her it was me, she froze for about 20 seconds and then told me to call back that she’s busy.
‘’Afterwards, she stopped picking our calls and her line stopped going through till date. The husband’s phone rings and he cuts it whenever we introduce ourselves”.
NAIJ.com gathered that one of the members of Brethren Fellowship Benjamin said he has spoken to Offor severally and he even met him one-on-one.
But Naija News says, all efforts made to speak with John David (Comfort Offor’s husband) proved abortive as he was not willing to disclose his wife’s whereabouts or their current location.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the family members of a couple, Japhet and Lydia Kwanduno, declared them missing in Abuja.
It was gathered that the couple were last seen on Tuesday, March 7, leaving ECWA church in Gwarimpa.
They were seen leaving in a black Toyota Corolla with plate number AKD916DH.
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