Nigerian man goes missing in Canada

The Windsor Police Service in the Ontario province in Canada has launched a search for 25-year-old Nigerian man, Oyebode Oyenuga, pictured above, who went missing on February 5.

According to the police, Oyebode was last seen on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, driving a 2015 white BMW vehicle with the license plate CRNW931 on Tuesday, March 5.

The Major Crime Unit in Ontario said it was “actively investigating his disappearance and is concerned for his safety.”

An alert posted on Missing People Canada, a website that shares information of missing persons from around the country, reads;

“The Windsor Police Service in Ontario, Canadais looking for a missing 25-year-old man. Oyebode Oyenuga was last seen on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, in Windsor. He was driving a 2015 white BMW with the license plate CRNW931.

“The Major Crime Unit is actively investigating his disappearance and is concerned for his safety. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact Windsor Police – Major Crime Unit or the Crime Stoppers anonymously or online.”

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