Takoradi kidnapped girls: Residents demand removal of CID boss

Takoradi kidnapped girls: Residents demand removal of CID boss

Several residents in Takoradi and its environs embarked on a massive demonstration Saturday, June 8, 2019, to press home their demand for the three missing girls to be reunited with their families.

The three girls, Ruth Quayson, Priscilla Mantsebea Koranchie and Priscilla Blessing Bentum went missing six months, five months and one year ago respectively.

John Entsie, convenor of the Western Youth for Justice, who read the petition on behalf of the protestors, said the CID boss must be fired not later than 21 days from Saturday’s demonstration. Failing which they will besiege office of the President at the Flagstaff house.

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According to them, COP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah has failed to effectively handle the case involving their missing children.

The results have been pain and grieve for the families of these girls.

The aggrieved residents together with families of the three kidnapped girls marched through the principal street of Takoradi holding placards with various inscriptions including “ families are in pain“, “CID let the kidnapper tell you where the girls are.”

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