Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Emela’s friend: Makes no sense


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A FAMILY FRIEND of 18-year-old Emela John says he is unaware of her whereabouts and just wants her to come back home.

Ian Chandler, who lives on Paynes Bay Main Road, St James, told the Midweek Nation that the disappearance of the former student of Frederick Smith Secondary on October 7, had caused him immense worry.

The teen, who would do some babysitting, lived with Chandler for a couple of months before residing with a relative after leaving her mother’s residence in nearby Chapel Gap. He said she was never someone who would take off without saying where she was going.

“She is not that kind of person. If she is going to be late, she would call and say, ‘Uncle Ian, I’m going to be late’,” said Chandler.

Please read the full story in today’s Midweek Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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