The family of two missing persons, Ms. Olagbenjo Adebayo and Master Oluwaseyitan Adebayo, who mysteriously got missing about two years ago in Lagos and whose whereabouts had remained unknown has offered to pay N10 million compensation to anyone with useful information that could lead to the recovery and safe return of the duo to the family.
Olagbenjo and Oluwaseyitan, according to family sources, got missing in December 2016, after they were said to have boarded a taxi cab on Lagos Island to attend a night party at Ikorodu, a suburb of Lagos.
The cousin of the missing persons, Mr. Deji Adebayo stated this while addressing journalists at his residence in Lagos.
He said as part of renewed efforts by the family to find out the whereabouts of Olagbenjo and Oluwaseyitan, the family is offering a N10 million compensation for any information that can lead to their rescue and safe return to the family.
Adebayo stated that the initial information after their disappearance was that they were allegedly abducted by kidnappers.
According to him, the family has waited for almost two years without any demand for ransom from any quarters, hence the effort of placing a N10 million offer of compensation for their recovery.