T'di kidnapped girls: Quayson family in denial; say the bodies found are not the girls

T'di kidnapped girls: Quayson family in denial; say the bodies found are not the girls

- Family of the three kidnapped girls are living in a state of denial

- Sister of one of the kidnapped girls says they would never believe what the media reports say

- According to her, the stories are untrue and unbelievable

Sister of one of the Takoradi kidnapped girls, Kate Quayson is living in a state of denial, as she has challenged the media reports of the retrieval of human parts believed to be that of her sister and the two other girls.

According to her, she heard the story about the retrieval of some body parts suspected to be that of the girls yesterday and could not believe it.

Speaking to EIB’s Western Regional correspondent, Ohene Gyan, she said since no police officer called the family, they find it hard to believe.

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“I heard the story yesterday and I don’t believe it; seriously because if the bodies are there, even if a fish is rotten, you can’t even stand that premises. So how can they tell us that the three bodies were buried there and nobody smell anything

We will never believe that it’s our sisters or the three girls because since now no policemen has called us; nobody has called us so we don’t think the stories are true and we don’t even believe that that is the bodies of the three girls,” she said

She added that it was probably just a strategy that they were bringing onboard so that they will forget everything because it’s getting to election time.

READ ALSO: Takoradi missing girls: Photos show how the three bodies were found and exhumed

Human parts believed to be those of the three Takoradi missing girls have been found bringing an end to months of Ghanaians hoping they would be found.

As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, the bodies were found buried in a septic tank at Kasawrodo in the Western Region.

According to the report, the operation that led to the discovery of the bodies of the three: Ruthlove Quayson, Priscilla Blessing Bentum, and Priscilla Koranchie was undertaken by team of police personnel on the evening of Friday, August 2, 2019, after a tip off in the community.

Photos from the operation that led to the discovery and exhumation of the dead bodies have popped up online after the news went viral.

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