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Gboyega Odubanjo

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Gboyega Odubanjo disappeared early Saturday morning at the Shambala event in Northamptonshire when he was scheduled to play later that day.

Police seek leads after a prestigious poet vanished at a remote music event.

Mr. Odubanjo, based in Bromley in south London, was scheduled to play at the festival in Kelmarsh on Sunday but did not attend.

Aunty Uncle Poems, Mr. Odubanjo’s booklet, won the Poetry Business New Poets competition in 2020.

He is now pursuing a PhD in artistic writing at the University of Hertfordshire. He has received an Eric Gregory prize from the Society of Authors and a Michael Marks pamphlet award.

Shambala, held in Kelmarsh Hall west of Kettering, features poetry recitals, musicians, comedians, and speakers.

Gboyega Odubanjo Age

He is 27 years old.

Reported Missing

He was last spotted in the early hours of Saturday morning at the Shambala festival in Northamptonshire, where he was scheduled to play later that day.

The family of the “loving and caring” artist claimed his absence was completely out of character since he was in “a good mood and excited for the festival.”

In a joint statement, Mr Odubanjo’s relatives stated, “We appeal to you today with sorrows and profound concern, to assist us in finding our missing son and brother Gboyega.”

Gboyega Odubanjo’s relatives voiced “deep concern” and asked for assistance locating their “beloved son and brother.”

Gboyega Odubanjo, a poet, has gone missing following the Shambala Festival, according to authorities.

Gboyega Odubanjo, a poet, has gone missing following the Shambala Festival, according to authorities.

“Gboyega is a caring and loving son who means everything to our family.” He is pursuing a PhD in creative writing at the University of Hertfordshire. He has a friendly, charming demeanour, contagious grin, and caring heart.

“We believe Gboyega’s disappearance is completely out of type for him, and we are deeply concerned for his safety and well-being.” We are calling out to the society friends and anybody who may have information that might lead him to his safe return.”

“No piece of detail is too minor, and your support might be the key to getting him back to us,” they continued.

Investigation

Mr Odubanjo went missing in the Kelmarsh area in Northamptonshire at 4 a.m. on Saturday, according to Northampton Police.

He is 5ft 6in tall and from Dagenham, with short black locks and a beard.

He last appeared in a white or cream bucket cap, a red and white stripe gilet, black clothes beneath, black pants, and dark shoes.

A novelist and filmmaker, Tice Cin appealed for help locating the poet. “He is the sun in my life.” Nobody wants to go lost in a culture where we have all the means to locate our loved ones.”

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“Please assist us in locating this intelligent, kind man, the kind of man you can call at 3 a.m. when your back hurts and you can’t sleep.” His future is bright, and we must band together to return him to a loving and safe environment.”

Mr. Odubanjo is well-known in the UK poetry community, and his booklet, Aunty Uncle Poems, about London culture and family ties, was awarded the Poetry Business New Poets competition in 2020. He has also earned the Society of Authors’ Eric Gregory Award and the Michael Marks pamphlet prize.

His forthcoming book, Adam, analyzes systemic inequalities in the hunt for missing Black individuals in the UK as an editor at Bad Betty Press and the poetry journal Bath Magg.


The collection of poems was driven by the unsolved murder of “Adam,” an unnamed youngster whose body was recovered in the River Thames in 2001.

Anyone who believes they saw Mr Gboyega Odubanjo is asked to contact Northamptonshire Police on 999.

Information and past sightings may also be notified by dialing 101 and referencing MPD1/2619/23.

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