T’di girls: IMANI’s Frankilin Cudjoe raises 7 serious questions

T’di girls: IMANI’s Frankilin Cudjoe raises 7 serious questions

- IMANI's president, Franklin Cudjoe, has expressed concerns about issues relating to the discovery of human remains in a septic tank at Takoradi in the Western region

- This follows an operation by security officials aimed at finding answers about the case of the three missing Takoradi girls

- Cudjoe took to Facebook, a social media platform, to pose his questions to everyone

News of the discovery of human remains in a septic tank close to an uncompleted building in Takoradi in the Western region appears to have raised more questions.

The prime suspect in the case, Samuel Odeoutuk Willis, reportedly lived in the uncompleted building.

As police investigations continue, Franklin Cudjoe, IMANI’s president, has posed seven questions to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), one unit of the security team that made the discovery.

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His questions as asked on Facebook, a social media platform, are below:

1. When was the suspected kidnapper arrested? How long ago?

2. Was the suspect upon arrest left to continue staying in the "uncompleted building"?

3. When did the trial of the suspected kidnapper start?

3. Was there ever a search in and around the suspect's "uncompleted building" immediately after apprehending him?

4. How many searches have been conducted in an around the suspect's "uncompleted building"?

5. Was this operation sanctioned upon a tip off that the girls were in and around the uncompleted building?

6. Is this the first time a search was conducted in the septic tank close to the building?

7. Was the septic tank empty or it contained some faecal matter?

In other news, 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.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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