The Assemblies of God Church in Diabena, where Ruth Love Quayeson was kidnapped, has ended a 14-day of prayer and fasting seeking the face of God to bring her and two other missing young ladies back.
Ruth, 18, Priscilla Blessing Bentum, 21, and Priscilla Mantebea Koranchie, 15, were reported kidnapped on December 4, August 17, and December 21, last year, respectively.
According to head pastor, Andrew Awhaitey, the church has been following keenly the developments of the story with fasting and prayers.
Pastor Awhaitey, in an interaction with the Gender and Social Protection Minister, Cynthia Morrison, on Sunday, January 27, 2019, said he believed the prayers were yielding good results.
The gender minister visited the families of the victims, on January 27, where she revealed to the press that the main suspect in the kidnapping of the girls had confessed that they were alive.
Meanwhile, 15 suspected kidnappers have been arrested connection with the kidnappings in Nuaso in the Eastern Region.
Odumasi Police Commander, ASP Harry Selormey, told Joy News the raid was done in collaboration with police in Takoradi.
He said a team of personnel from the Western Region capital initiated the operation with relevant intelligence on where the suspects could be picked up.
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