Lost Nigerian woman, two kids declared wanted by British Police


    The British Police  are appealing for information and help  in tracing the where-about of a Nigerian house wife who  disappeared with two children under a suspicious circumstances.

    Thirty-one  year-old Christiana Adelaja  and her two children aged 4 and 2 years recently disappeared from her home in  Abbey Wood, South-East London.

    Christiana was said to have  spoken  with her husband on the 29th of October 2011 at approximately 19:30 pm to discuss childcare arrangements.

    Just after the discussion, she was said to have disappeared and ever since  have remained incommunicado with no traces of her and the two children.

    Police record show Christiana as a Nigerian, slim built and with an  approximated  5’ 2” height.

    According to police record, Christiana has connections with the Gillingham area in Kent  where she connects a relation, but Police claimed  they are working on the possibility of having her traces to Manchester.  An  ATM transaction last traced her  to Manchester where she used  her Bank Card in that area on the 3rd November 2011.

    Brirtish Police claimed they are increasingly concerned about her and the children while her  family members   are becoming increasingly apprehensive about Christina and her children’s welfare.

    Anyone who has seen Christiana and her children or knows their whereabouts is urged to contact PC Paul Harding in the Missing Person Unit at Plumstead  Police Station on 0208 284 7713  or Plumstead Police Station on 101.