From TOM GARBA, Yola
THE Adamawa State Police command have launch an investigation over the disappearance of a female lecturer with the Federal Polytechnic Mubi.
The Police Public Relations Officer of the command, Othman Abubakar, a deputy supretendant said police had commenced investigation in to the matter.
He added that the police is working assiduously to trace the missing person, calling the public to assist with credible information.
Aisha Nana, Kaigama, 39 was last seen on Wednesday in the morning when she left her family home in Mubi for work on a commercial tricycle.
A family member, Bello Sahabo Digil said all efforts by the family to trace her were not successful as her phone was switched off, hence the need to seek the intervention of all relevant authorities that will assist on finding her whereabout Digil, a former councillor in Mubi said the incident had deeply affected the family and the community, calling for prayers from friends and the general public for safe return of Kaigama to her family.
Meanwhile, the Public Relations Officer of the Federal Polytechnic, Danladi Jambas said the institution was in contact with Kaigama’s family.
He noted that the incident had shocked staff and students of the Polytechnic, calling on security to expedite action with a view to resolving the situation.
Mubi is one of the busiest towns in Adamawa Northern senatorial zone that shares boundaries with the Northern parts of Cameroon,was of recent liberated by Nigerian soldiers last year after Boko Haram insurgents took control of the area, displacing thousands of people.