An eleven-year-old class six pupil, Doris Asante, on Monday, February 11 2019, escaped a kidnapping attempt at Ashaiman – Lebanon, a suburb of Accra.
Doris was dragged into a strange vehicle with tainted glasses while returning from a public toilet in the early hours of Monday.
Class FM reports said based on the narration from the girl, the people who kidnapped her received a call from an anonymous person that she should be released because they had grabbed another girl for their purpose.
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She was then dropped at a location along the Tema-Accra stretch of the motorway.
The little girl however mentioned her mother’s telephone contact to a good Samaritan she met on the motorway after she had been released by the kidnappers.
In other news, the suspected Nigerian kidnapper, Sam Udoetuk Wills, currently under investigation for allegedly kidnapping three girls in the Western Region has told a Takoradi District Court that aside his two friends, an officer of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) helped him escape from police custody.
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The suspect told the Takoradi District Court that he would be able to identify the CID officer who aided his escape if he is presented in a parade.
He told the court on Monday, February 11, 2019, that his friends whose names he gave as Kwesi and John also aided his escape.
The presiding judge, Michael Kudjo Ampadu did not object to the prosecutor’s argument that it will be difficult to identify the said CID officer, but rather adjourned the case to February 18, 2019 to allow suspect Wills to bring his witness, Kwesi who is currently on the run.
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