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Another Ghanaian Lady Goes Missing in Nigeria – Details

Ghlagatin 4 days ago 0
Georgina Aseidu Boafo, 37, a Ghanaian woman, has been reported missing in Nigeria. She travelled for Nigeria two weeks ago and hasn’t returned.

Despite efforts to contact her via phone and other means, her family has been unable to find her.

Georgina has fair skin and is conversant in Twi, Ga, and English. Her family is upset and has begged anyone with information on her location to call them at 0543599118.

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Georgina’s absence has raised fears among Ghanaians, particularly in light of the recent kidnapping and death of two Ghanaian women, Afiba Tandoh and Celine, in Nigeria.

The perpetrator, Andrews Amechi, has raised concerns about the safety of Ghanaians travelling to Nigeria.

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Netizens have expressed their ideas on the incident, with some proposing tracing Georgina’s travel companions and the bus she rode to Aflao for clues.

Others have expressed concerns about safety while travelling to Nigeria, emphasising the importance of caution and vigilance.

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Some have speculated that Georgina’s travel to Nigeria was for trade, to visit someone, or to obtain a Finnish visa.

Clarifying the circumstances of her journey may help the search efforts. Georgina’s family and concerned individuals are hoping for her safe return and are looking for any help in locating her.

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.

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