Middle-aged Man Trekking Long Distance For Buhari Declared Missing
BEVERLY HILLS, June 11, (THEWILL) – A middle-aged man trekking from Bauchi to Abuja in honour of President Muhammadu Buhari has been declared missing by the police.
Police said Nuruddeen Maimako, 38, a resident of Dass town, left the town on foot on May 15 to attend President Buhari's inauguration in Abuja on May 29, but hasn't been seen since then.
The statement from DSP Haruna Mohammed, Bauchi Police Command's spokesperson, Nurudeen Maimako, said, “On the 3/6/2015 at about 11:15am,one Muhammadu Hussaini, male, of Dass town, reported at Dass Divisional Police Headquarters, that on 15/5/2015 at about 6.00am, his son, one Nuruddeen Maimako, male and 38 years, left Dass on Foot Solidarity to attend the swearing in ceremony of President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja.
“Since then, his whereabouts is not known and all efforts made to locate him proved abortive,” the statement said, adding that the last contact the trekker had with his father was when he called to inform his family that he was in Jos, Plateau State.
“Particulars of the son are: 1.50 metres tall, Jarawa by tribe, light in complexion and speaks English and Hausa fluently.
“Members of the public who know his whereabouts are to report at the nearest Police Station, or contact his father through GSM no 07051789119,” the police said.