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Teenager Disappears After Leaving Home For School Clearance

The Friends and family members of David Iyoha have been thrown into a state of confusion after he left home for his clearance in school at the Yaba area of Lagos State and has not been seen since November 25, 2019.

It was gathered that David left his parents’ house in the Ago Palace Way area of the state for clearance at the Federal Science and Technical College, Yaba, prior to the issuance of the Senior School Certificate, but had not returned home.

Hamilton, David’s father,  said stated that all efforts by the family and friends to know his whereabouts had proved abortive,also the family had resorted to prayers and hope in God that the boy would return soon.

He had been at home since he finished his senior secondary school certificate, waiting for when he would resume at an institution for computer programming; while he was waiting, we had a conversation about his secondary school clearance that would enable him to get his school leaving certificate and testimonial,he stated.

“I told him that to be on a safer side whenever he wanted to go to a university, he should do his clearance and get his certificate, and on November 25, 2019, he left home for school to do the clearance, but he has not come back since then.

“we thought it was the traffic that delayed him at first, but when it was taking longer than necessary, we became worried and my wife called him around 7.38pm,he said he was on his way but far away from home. My wife asked him exactly where he was but he did not tell us and the phone dropped and subsequent calls put across to his telephone line did not connect as the line indicated that it had been switched off.

“I attempted to call the number,when i got home from work, it was still switched off. We waited till 1am thinking that he would be back by then, but we did not see him; so, I told my wife to go and report at the police station the following day.

So, I went to the police station the next day and I was told that they had made an internal announcement to all the stations so that if he was in a cell, he could be released but there was no response that he was with them.

“I was linked with someone at the Police Intelligence and Response Team, who collected his phone number to track it, but it was discovered that since his phone went off, it had not been switched on.

“I went to his school to find out if he ever got there and the head of the department said he had not seen him and when other teachers were called, they said he did not come to the school and that he had not done the clearance; and from the tracking information the police did, it was obvious that he never got to the school; there was information about where he got to before his phone went off.”


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