‘Cyberstalking’: Police declare UK-based Nigerian wanted

The Nigerian Police Force, (NPF), has declared Dorcas Adeyinka, a Nigerian blogger based in the United Kingdom, wanted over allegations of cyber-stalking, abduction and murder.

According to a Special Police Gazette Bulletin shared on the NPF’s official X handle, Adeyinka was declared wanted by the Inspector-General of Police Monitoring Unit, Abuja.

The allegations against her also include injurious falsehood, threat to life and extortion.

The bulletin describes Adeyinka as a Yoruba woman, approximately 1.64 meters tall, with an oval face, pointed nose and distinctive tribal marks.

She is characterized by black hair, a larger head, and a prominent chin. Her last known address is 833 Woolick Road in the United Kingdom, but it is believed that she frequents several areas within Nigeria, including Ikeja, Ogudu, Fagba, Otta, and Sango in Lagos and Ogun states.

The police have promised a handsome reward for anyone providing information on her whereabouts.

Adeyinka’s family had, in April, accused the Lagos State Police Command of conducting a biased and lopsided probe, after she was arrested for the same cyberbullying and cyberstalking.

They claimed that she had been subjected to threats to life, cyberstalking and bullying by suspected Nigerian bloggers who use various social media accounts to harass her.

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