Lagos Police and Lagos Bus Rapid Transit are in search of a BRT driver whose bus is suspected to be carrying the missing 22 year old lady, Miss Oluwabamise Ayanwola.

So Ayanwola’s mother called for help, claiming her daughter had been kidnapped.

It is known that Ayanwola had disappeared on her return to Ota from Ajah on Saturday 26 February, when she boarded the BRT bus number 240257, which left for Oshodi at around 7pm. at the Chevron bus stop.

The victim works as a fashion designer at Chevron Estate, Ajah,and spends the weekend with her sister in Ota, Ogun State.

Sensing the danger that the bus didn’t pick up other passengers at the next bus stop, Oluwabamise spoke to a friend through a voice memo on her phone.

Voice records show that the bus driver said he liked Oluwabamise and asked for her name and other details.

She told her friend to pray for her because she was suspicious of the bus driver, and in response his friend told her to get off at the Oworonsoki bus stop before Oshodi bus stop.

According to her mother, that was the last thing she heard from Oluwabamise.

“Nigerians need to help me. I want to see my daughter alive,” she said in the viral video.

In contact with Lagos Police spokesman Adekunle, Ajisebutu confirmed that the incident was being investigated.

Police Commissioner Abiodun Alabi has ordered that no stone be left unturned to track her whereabouts. A search group has also been prepared,” Ajisebutu told NAN.