- Festus Aboagye, a security expert, has stated that the CID's director-general, Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah, needs to apologise
- According to him, her comments about the status of the three missing Takoradi girls, were not the best
A security analyst, Festus Aboagye, has condemned the recent utterances of the director-general of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service (GPS), Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah.
According to Aboagye, Addo-Danquah’s actions has soiled the image of the police force, and for that reason, she needs to apologise.
His comments follow a recent statement issued by the police officer, with respect to the status of the three missing Takoradi girls.
Addo-Danquah is reported to have earlier claimed she knew the whereabouts of the missing girls, but changed her words a few days ago.
Per a Starrfm.com.gh report, she explained that she did not mean she knew where they were located, but only sought to give hope to the families.
“I made that comment because I wanted to give hope to the mothers but I have been misconstrued.
Maybe people did not understand me. For timelines, I cannot say. I just want to assure everyone that the search is still on. We are not sleeping at all,” she told Accra-based Atinka TV.
Aboagye argued that the head of the CID should have apologised to Ghanaians when she had the chance.
In his opinion, Ghanaians can no longer believe anything she says and she has made the families of the girls extremely anxious.
The minority side in Parliament has meanwhile declared its intent to drag the Inspector General of Police (IGP), David Asante-Appeatu, to Parliament to answer questions concerning the fate of the girls.
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