Adewura Lateefat Bello a 26 year-old graduate whom studied accounting in UNILAG was declared missing on the 15th of may and several social media platform posted a missing person post about her, in hopes to find her.
Unfortunately her body was found in a canal
— Humble 🇳🇬 (@Donkruz22) May 27, 2019
She was last seen in the suburban area of Lagos Ikeja before declared missing she last converse with her family at 7pm that day.
Adewura closed from work and was headed home which is located at Egbeda Lagos, little did she know she'd never get home.
Her body was later discovered by a canal at Mosan.
Her missing post went viral on twitter in quest to find her, the missing tweet gained a lot of traction during those days she that she's was missing. The only clue was her phone that was traced to her living proximity and then later tracked down to somewhere in Badagry.
Until the news of her death announcement took many by shock and has pushed a lot of youth to grievance in protest to the cause of her death.
Reports is that she boarded a Motorcycle to convey her home and the bike she was on on their way home fell in a man hole filled with water, the motorist was rescuing his bike totally forgetting about the young lady.
Aggrieved youths took to twitter to lament about her death and blamed the government for bad roads, claiming this could have been any of us.
“An unnecessary death due to an open manhole during a storm. Manhole was left open but fully covered with flood, she and the bike man missed it due to bad visibility. She wasn’t aware”,
Onaolapo Farouq on Twitter.
Someone that was also familiar with the incident Sango Olukoso said the motocycle rider was warned against using that route but he didn't take heed, he also people told Adewura to drop from the bike and the whole situation could have been avoided.
Jade Goodie a twitter user and supposed Adewura's cousin tweeted that:
“Cousin. Baby girl. Rest in perfect peace. You were such a bright light in the family. And I love you always. I can’t believe it. #AdewuraBello #RIPWura”.
Another aggrieved neighbor of the Bello's family Dr. Ola Brown wrote that:
Most of us on these streets didn’t know you until you went missing, but we desperately hoped for days for a miracle. May God console your family”