Civil society groups, security experts, gender activists, lawyers, journalists and some sections of the Ghanaian populace have slammed the police for not retrieving the kidnapped Takoradi girls by now.
Their rant came after police commander Redeemer Vincent Dedzo revealed that, Samuel Udoetuk-Wills, the Nigerian suspect who has been in their custody for weeks, refused to reveal the exact location of the girls and there is nothing the police can do about it.
The revelation did not go down well with some Ghanaians who think the police have done nothing or little in rescuing the girls.
READ ALSO: I'll welcome VGMA’s 20th anniversary invite to perform – Lord Kenya
Some public figures have rendered their displeasure about the situation and took to social media to post about it using the new hashtag #BringBackOurTaadiGirls
Ghanaian sports journalist Gary Al-Smith slammed the police in his tweet:
Michael Oti-Adjei also called on Ghanaians to assist:
READ ALSO: Yaa Jackson is 19 years; I didn’t force her into acting - Father speaks
Ghanaian blogger Jamila expressed her worry:
Saddick Adams also tweeted:
Yesterday, YEN.com.gh published the entire list of girls that have been kidnapped lately especially in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis.
It is was reported that the young girls were lured using job vacancies and other unsuspecting means.
Meanwhile the police indicated that the suspect, Samuel Utudoek-Wills led them to Kasoa once with the intention of revealing where the girls are being hidden but later denied knowing the whereabout of the girls.
READ ALSO: Shatta Wale threatens Andy Dosty with a new video from his thug
Ghana News Today: Traders Left Devastated as Fire Guts Odorna Market | #Yencomgh
Click here to get the latest exciting English Premier League news. Get match highlights, reports, photos & videos all in one place.