Lady takes search for sisters to social media, says it’s their mother’s last wish to reunite with them

Lady takes search for sisters to social media, says it’s their mother’s last wish to reunite with them

– A young Nigerian lady, Magdalene Oku, has urged social media users to help her find her two sisters identified as Chika and Chinyere

– She said Chika and Chinyere were fathered by Chinedu Azubike and their mother lost contact with them long time ago in Port Harcourt

– According to Oku, it is her mother’s last wish to reunite with her daughters

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A Nigerian lady identified as Magdalene Oku has taken to social media to search for her sisters, Chika and Chinyere.

Oku said her mother lost contact with the Chika and Chinyere long time ago in Port Harcourt.

The young lady said the reconnection means so much to her because it is their mother’s last wish to reunite with her daughters.

Lady takes search for sisters to social media, says it's their mother's last wish to reunite with siblings

The young lady took to social media to search for her sisters and urged Nigerians to help out.
Photo credit: @mcdalyn
Source: Twitter

In her words:

“I am in search two sisters Chika and Chinyere, their Father’s name is Chinedu Azubike. It happened long time ago in Port Harcourt, your biological mother Roseline Iberedem Asuquo lost contact with both of you.”

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“Please this reconnection means more to me because we shared the same womb. Kindly retweet until I get to reach them. It is our mother’s last wish on planet earth.”

Nigerians flooded the comment section of the post to help her out.

@Sire_chase wrote:

“I think your mom knows the village of the man that fathered them, you can go to his village and ask their kinsmen, you will certainly find them or you will get a strong lead.”

@BasseyHepzibah commented:

“Use Facebook too. Young mom forum, Extraordinary mom, Cooking made easy. Etc.”

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In a previous report by Legit.ng, a young lady identified as Talisa Pidanset urged people to help her locate her biological father who was refused asylum in Germany.

The 25-year-old German national said her father lived in an asylum home in Mainz. According to her, he was deported in 1996 when he was denied asylum.

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The lady said her father’s files she requested for indicated that he was deported to an unknown location.

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Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He’s passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.

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