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Nigerian businessman abducted in South Africa, NUSA sends S.O.S. to Police

The union’s President, Mr Collins Mgbo, said an S.O.S. has been dispatched to the South African Police over the incident.

A Nigerian businessman based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Alaba Jolayemi,  a.k.a “The Don’’, has been kidnapped in the country.

Jolayemi reportedly went missing since March 12 this year, according to the Nigeria Union South Africa (NUSA).

The union’s President, Mr Collins Mgbo, said an S.O.S. has been dispatched to the South African Police over the incident.

Jolayemi was abducted on his way home from a friend’s function at 9.30 p.m. on March 12, at Chartwell Castle in Fourways, Johannesburg, by 10 armed men, a statement emailed from Johannesburg on Friday and given to Persecondnews.com said.

“Till today, March 18, 2022, no word or news about him has been heard. His abductors have yet to make any contact.

“We implore anyone who has any information or has seen or heard anything about him to please call +27 011 4423520 or send an email to cgjhb@nigerianconsulatesa.org

“The Nigeria Union is appealing to the law enforcement agencies in South Africa to help in finding the whereabouts of Jolayemi, a Night Club owner in Johannesburg,” it said.

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