Traditional ruler of Avianwu, the Ogieavianwu of Avianwu clan in Estako Central local government area of Edo State, Jackson Etokhana, has cried out over the mysterious disappearance of his relative identified as Monday Etokhana.
Etokhana, a commercial driver, was last seen on June 30 after he was hired to take a passenger from Lagos to Owerri, Imo State capital.
He was said to have called his co-driver after dropping the passenger at about 10:30pm that he was heading to Onitsha where he planned to spend the night.
The traditional ruler told journalists in Benin City that several attempts to locate the whereabouts of the driver had been futile.
He said a male voice picked the call made to Etokhana’s phone three days after he went to Owerri and greeted him but refused to speak further.
The monarch said a lady picked the call another day but refused to demand ransom.
He said he told the persons picking the calls to take the Toyota Sienna bus and released his brother, but they refused to make comments on the whereabouts of the driver.

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