Police declare central bank driver missing

The Nigerian Police say their investigation shows that Boko Haram, Ansaru and other terrorist groups are receiving support from some Nigerians.

The police have declared a Barnabas Bonwin, a 38-year-old driver from the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN branch of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN missing.

Rivers Police Command spokesman SP Nnamdi Omoni said in a statement Sunday that Bonwin was on official assignment when he disappeared.

It added that Bonwin’s Toyota Avensis automobile, Reg. No. RBC 522 TC was recovered from a canal along Mummy ‘B’ Road Port Harcourt.

“Until he was declared missing, Mr. Barnabas Bonwin was a driver for the Central Bank of Nigeria, Port Harcourt branch, who was on official assignment with a Toyota Avensis car, Reg. No. RBC 522 TC that was recovered from a canal along Mummy ‘B’ Road Port Harcourt while not found at the scene. “

Omoni said Bonwin is dark in complexion, approximately 6.2 ” tall in shape at 38, speaks Ogoni and English fluently, and hails from Bodo City in the Gokana Local Government Area of ​​Rivers State.

Omoni recommended to anyone with useful information about his whereabouts to contact Mr. Chris Onunkwo, the Chief of Security CBN Port Harcourt Branch at phone number 08038901920 or report to the nearest police station or call the following security numbers 08032003514, 08098880134, 08033396538.

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