- Officials of the Ghana Police Service (GPS) have released an official statement with regard to the discovery of human remains at Takoradi in the Western region
- The statement revealed that the discovery was made in a septic tank close to an uncompleted building once occupied by the prime suspect, Samuel Odeoutuk Willis
- The remains are being sent to the police forensic laboratory to help provide answers about the investigation
An official statement from the Ghana Police Service (GPS) has shed light on the operation carried out on the night of Friday, August 2, 2019.
The exercise, which was a joint effort between the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) and the Western Regional Command of the GPS, resulted in the discovery of human remains in a septic tank close to an uncompleted building.
It was conducted at Kansaworodo, a town in the Western region, at about 7pm
YEN.com.gh understands that the prime suspect in the case, Samuel Odeoutuk Willis, previously occupied the uncompleted building.
Police officials have revealed that the discovered remains have been sent to the forensic science laboratory for further investigations.
They therefore urged the public to remain calm and state the facts as they have confirmed by the police.
Officials also called on Ghanaians to respect everyone’s sensibilities, especially the family members of the kidnapped girls.
In other news, Sicley Williams relocated from Atlanta in the United States of America (USA) to Ghana in the year 2017.
She has been an important player in the “Year of Return” agenda set by the Nana Akufo-Addo-led administration.
Williams disclosed that coming to Ghana has been a contributor to the healing process for her as it helped reduce if not eliminate her ancestral trauma.
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