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Nursing Student Declared Missing at Osun State University (UNIOSUN)

Nursing Student Declared Missing at Osun State University (UNIOSUN)

Osogbo, Osun State – In a concerning development, Zainab Popoola, a 500-level nursing student at Osun State University, has been reported missing. The announcement, made via the university’s radio station’s Twitter account, @UniosunFm, stated that Miss Popoola was last seen by her relatives on Saturday, December 3.

The university management, in coordination with security agencies, has taken immediate action to locate the missing student. Ademola Adesoji, the school’s public relations officer, confirmed the incident and assured the public that necessary measures were being taken to find her.

“We have reported the case. We received the information late yesterday, indicating that she mentioned going out. As soon as we were informed, we alerted the Chief Security Officer of the University, who initiated an investigation,” stated Mr. Adesoji.

According to preliminary investigations conducted by the university’s security personnel, it was discovered that Zainab Popoola left a note before her disappearance. The contents of the note have not yet been disclosed, as authorities are still evaluating its significance. The matter has been reported to both the local police and the Department of State Services (DSS), who have launched their own investigations.

“We are currently analyzing the note and working closely with the police and DSS in their ongoing investigation,” Mr. Adesoji added.

Zainab Popoola resided off-campus, and her absence was initially noticed when she failed to attend classes and concerned friends began sharing information about her online. The university’s Student Affairs Officer promptly reached out to her friends for more information, leading to the discovery of her disappearance. Subsequently, the Chief Security Officer and Student Affairs Officer collaborated to initiate the investigation, which prompted the involvement of the police and the DSS.

Yemisi Opalola, the police spokesperson in the state, confirmed the incident and assured the public that the police were actively working on the case.

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“We are aware of the situation. The case has been reported to the police, and we are fully engaged in the investigation,” said Mrs. Opalola.

As the search for Zainab Popoola intensifies, the university community and local authorities remain committed to ensuring her safe return. The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of campus security and the need for collaborative efforts in promptly addressing such matters.

Further updates on the ongoing investigation will be provided as more information becomes available.

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