Mum of kidnapped girl claims police told her she was disturbing them

Mum of kidnapped girl claims police told her she was disturbing them

A mother of one of the infamously kidnapped young women in Takoradi, Comfort Arhin, has revealed that in one of her cries for help to the police, the law officers told her to stop disturbing them.

Comfort Arhin, mother of one of the kidnapped Takoradi women, Ruthlove Quayson, has expressed her disappointment with what she says is an attitude of non-sympathy from the Western regional police following the kidnap of their children.

In a report sighted on, Arhin claims the attitude of the police has caused her more trauma, pointing out that she panics when calling for updates from the law officers.

According to Ruthlove Quayson's mother, a senior police officer at the Western Regional Police Command told her to stop bothering them about her kidnapped girl

The officer allegedly told Arhin that those whose daughters were kidnapped in early August were even calmer and not "disturbing".

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Mum of kidnapped girl claims police told her she was disturbing them

The kidnapped girls from Takoradi.
Source: UGC

Arhin reportedly said on Kasapa FM: “I have practically stopped calling the Police for updates and learning to endure my pains alone because calling the Police is a waste of time and almost like a nightmare to me.

I went to the Police lately to inquire about my children and one Senior police officer told me bluntly to stop disturbing them.

He told me the family of the girl kidnapped in August have learnt to be patient how much more mine that was recorded in December.”

Meanwhile, the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service has denied Daily Guide reports that the three Takoradi kidnapped girls have been rescued.

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The Daily Guide on Wednesday, April 24, 2019, reported the girls had been rescued and are undergoing medical examinations in Accra.

According to the Daily Guide, the girls were brought from Takoradi to Accra on Monday, April 22, 2019 and were transported to a BNI Clinic around the 37 Military Hospital in Accra for preliminary medical care.

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