One week after, Missing Ondo Undergraduate whereabouts unknown
EMERGENCY DIGEST – Ten days after a final year student of Religious Studies Department of Adekunle Ajasin University,Akungba Akoko (AAUA) Miss Doyin Boluwaji was swept away by raging flood occasioned by torrential rainfall, her whereabouts was yet unknown.
The monarch of the university community, the Alale of Akungba-Akoko, Oba Sunday Ajimo was said to have pleaded with the religious leaders to embark on interdenominational prayers and fasting.
Besides, traditionalists were also on hand to do their things in their own way to appease the river to release the missing student whether dead or alive.
The monarch said no stone would be left unturned to discover the victim.
Also speaking, the Divisional Police Officer(DPO)for Akungba-Akoko CSP Shakiru Ajibola, Chief Superintendent of Police(CSP) said that local divers were on the trail of the missing lady every day in order to ensure thar she is recovered.
The Police Officer revealed that the community and the Police were working hand in hand to see that the girl is rescued.
Many students have relocated to safer area of Akungba where there was good terrain without flooding.
It would be recalled that Ondo state Commissioner for Physical and Urban Planning, Rasheed Badmus had visited the flood prone areas of Akungba where demolition notice had been given to landlords to quit the illegal structures before enforcement.