Reports has disclosed that one of the Centre Bank Of Nigeria staffs has been declared missing. The Rivers State Police has declared one Mr Barnabas Bonwin, a 38 years old staff of CBN, Port Harcourt missing.
However, it is still unclear if he was actually kidnapped or missing, as he was reportedly on assignment when he went missing, but his car was recovered.
According to statement by the Command's spokesman, the said Barnabas is dark in complexion, about 6.2ft tall, aged 38yrs. He speaks English and Ogoni languages fluently. He is from Bodo city in Gokana Local Government Area of Rivers state.
Sources have detailed that Mr. Barnabas Bonwin was a driver attached to Central Bank Of Nigeria, in Port Harcourt branch. It was also said that he was on an official assignment with a Toyota Avensis car, with the Reg No. RBC 522 TC. Also, it was recovered from a canal along the Mummy B road, Port Harcourt while he was no where to be find in the scene, statement reads.
The statement also reads that anyone with a useful information about him should please report to the nearest police station or contact Mr. Chris Onunkwo, the chief security Officer of the CBN Port Harcourt branch on phone number or to contact the nearest police station.
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