Lady missing in Egypt for almost one week – family

A photo provided by the family shows Ozaz Abdou (File/Supplied/Nyamilepedia)

June 1st 2019 (Nyamilepedia) – A Sudanese lady has gone missing in Egypt for almost a week according to a South Sudanese family member.

Stephen William Wichar, a relative, said Ozaz Abdou went missing since May 28th and the search by the family is ongoing.

He said Abdou left the apartment going for an exercise with Egyptian colleagues at a theater and since then, he never returned home.

He said after she left the house at 12:30PM on Tuesday, May 28, the family tried to call her but no one was responded to their calls before the phone went off later in the evening.

Wichar said they also called her colleagues who in return told the family that she didn’t reach them but in stead have been calling her.

“She left the house at 12:30PM going for an exercise with Egyptian colleagues in a theater,” Wichar said. “However, when we called her few hours later, no one was responding to out calls.”

“We called her Egyptian colleagues but they told us that she didn’t arrive at the theater. They said they likewise contacted her but she didn’t respond to their calls,” Wichar added.

He said the family will file a police report over the issue today.

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