Patience of families of missing Takoradi children running out
Michael Hammond|March. 12, 2019
The families of the three missing Takoradi girls have expressed worry about the delay in attempts to find them.
According to a report by Graphic.com.gh, they revealed that the government and the police have become silent about rescue efforts.
They added that they had endured excruciating mental torture, anxiety and desperation and therefore wanted the authorities to save the situation.
Between August and December 2018, three cases of kidnappings were reported to the police from Kansaworodo, Diabene and West Fijai in Sekondi/Takoradi in the Western Region.
A Nigerian, Samuel Udoetuk Wills, 28, who was arrested as a prime suspect is still in custody.
In all the three instances when Wills allegedly kidnapped the three girls, the police said the suspect struck acquaintances with the victims for some time.
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