- Police investigators today Aug 6, 2019 discovered a fourth set of human remains in a well at Nkroful new site at Takoradi.
- The parts were discovered at an uncompleted building where the suspect was re-arrested
- Investigations are underway to establish the identity of the remains while Police continue with all angles of the ongoing investigation
Information reaching YEN.com.gh has confirmed that a fourth body has been found in a well at Nkroful new site in Takoradi, in the Western Region.
The remains were found at an uncompleted building where Samuel Willis Udutoek was re- arrested after his jail break in connection with missing persons.
Investigations are underway to establish the identity of the remains while Police continue with all angles of the ongoing investigation.
This discovery comes days after police in the Western region retrieved human parts from a septic tank at the apartment of the key suspect in the kidnapping case.
The controversy surrounding the three missing Takoradi girls appears to be unending after the police discovered dead body parts at the base of one of the suspects.
Three girls – Priscilla Blessing Bentum, Ruth Love Quayson and Priscilla Koranchie – were kidnapped in Takoradi between August and December 2018.
All three are yet to be found, although the prime suspect, identified as a Nigerian national Samuel Wilson Udoteok, has been apprehended by the police.
In other news, about 3,000 Ghanaian nurses are set to be sent to Germany through the National Youth Employment Agency’s (YEA) ‘Working Abroad’ project.
The CEO of the National Youth Agency, Justin Kodua Frimpong, made the disclosure in Accra.
He noted that Ghana would be exporting local human resource to countries that have high demand and have made requests for asistance.
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