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Missing boyfriend worries woman

Salaseini Moceiwai
Friday, January 24, 2014

A LABASA woman is pleading for public assistance in the search for her boyfriend who went missing from their Siberia home about two weeks ago.

Kenesi Vakabogilima said her boyfriend of about three years, Tariq Musallat Mohammed Hussein, left home for a yaqona session at a friend's house but failed to return.

"We had a minor argument but we resolved it after which he decided to go to his friend's house just a few kilometres from home," she said.

"When I followed him there, I was told he went to Basoga to another friend of his. I waited until morning but neither did I see him nor hear from him.

"I contacted all his friends and relatives but they all didn't have any idea where he was.

"I reported the matter to the police one day after he failed to return."

Ms Vakabogilima said she was worried about Mr Hussein's whereabouts.

Deputy police commander Northern SSP Fulori Rainibogi said they were investigating the matter.

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