The 3-year-old missing girl, Lydia Azatyom, who was rescued from a dry well in Jos, Plateau State, has been found dead after she disappeared again KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, November 13, 2022

The 3-year-old missing girl, Lydia Azatyom, who was rescued from a dry well in Jos, Plateau State, has been found dead after she disappeared again

The 3-year-old missing girl, Lydia Azatyom, who was rescued from a dry well in Jos, Plateau State, has been found d3ad after she disappeared again. 

LIB reported that the child was declared missing by her family on Thursday, October, 27, 2022 after she disappeared while playing with other kids in the compound. 

She was found three days later inside a dry well in an abandoned compound at Angwan Yashi area of Tudun Wada. 

The girl sustained bruises and head injury and was taken to a hospital for medical attention. She was discharged upon recovery.

However, in a dramatic twist, on Friday, November 11, 2022, at about 4pm, Lydia went missing again.

According to Dauda Dung, a neighbour, Lydia was with her mother in the house when the woman went out to buy food at a neighbour's house.

On returning, Lydia was nowhere to be found around the house. All efforts to find her in the neighborhood proved abortive.

On Saturday morning, November 12, 2022, Lydia was found d3ad.

According to Tudun Wada Broadcast, her body was recovered from a well (with water) in their compound.

It was further gathered that investigation is ongoing.

Meanwhile, Daily Trust reported that Lydia's initial disappearance elicited mixed feelings and reactions in the community as people have been expressing all manner of opinions, which revolves around suspicion, mystery, confusion, among others.

According to the report, Lydia was playing in the compound with about six other children when she suddenly disappeared. She was in the company of her elder brother and cousins who were on mid-term break from school.

Their correspondent who visited the house gathered that after Lydia’s aunty left them playing in the compound, she went inside to take a rest and instructed the children not to go out of the compound.

The children continued playing, and Lydia also suggested/gestured that she was going inside the room, and nobody saw her again thereafter.

A member of the community, Solomon Jan Yilzakka, concurred with Deborah Izang that there was something unnatural with the incident. 

 

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