- Interior minister, Ambrose Dery, has assured Ghanaians, that the police is making progress in their quest to find the kidnapped girls
- He,however, was uncertain when that would be
The Interior minister, Ambrose Dery, has assured Ghanaians, particularly the relatives of the girls kidnapped in Takoradi, that the police was making progress in their efforts at rescuing them.
He said the police were on top of issues, noting that they have arrested another suspect in addition to the first one, Samuel Wills, who was currently standing trial for kidnapping and breaking jail.
Even though the interior minister did not give details on the new leads for security reasons, he maintained the police are on course to solving the cases.
He is however not sure when the police would be able to find and rescue the girls who were currently being held hostage by the kidnappers.
Pressure has since last week, been mounted on the police to find and rescue the girls who were kidnapped between August and December 2018.
Since last week, the Police CID and some government ministers, have been giving assurances to the family members of the kidnapped girls that the victims are alive and still being held hostage within the country.
The minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Cynthia Mamle Morrison, stated in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh that the three girls kidnapped from Sekondi-Takoradi in the Western Region are still alive.
Madam Morrison added that the suspect, Samuel Udoetuk Wills, has begun to volunteer information to the police.
She went on to say that she intends to visit and interact with him herself, so that she learns first hand other details concerning the case.
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