Kansawrodo was once a cemetery; normal to find bones - Family of missing T'di girls

Kansawrodo was once a cemetery; normal to find bones - Family of missing T'di girls

- Families of the three kidnapped Takoradi girls say they are not the least surprised that the police in their investigation to locate the missing girls retrieved human skeletons at Kansawrodo

- Spokesperson for the three families Michael Grant Hayford said the discovery of the skeletons should not be news

-He added that if the police were looking for skeletons, they would find more bones because of the history attached to the area

The families of the three kidnapped Takoradi girls say they are not the least surprised that the police in their investigation to locate the missing girls retrieved human skeletons at Kansawrodo.

Spokesperson for the three families Michael Grant Hayford said the discovery of the skeletons should not be news since that particular area was earlier known to be a cemetery.

He made this known while speaking in an interview with Kasapa News

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“Let me tell you today, the Anaji-Kansawrodo road used to be a cemetery and when the road was being constructed the cemetery was destroyed and buried bodies removed. So several people went there and dug sand and carted them to their homes as filling.

So when it comes to Nkroful-Kansawrodo area when you’re looking for skeletons you’ll find plenty there, skeletons are not scars there at all. So we believe the skeletons found by the Police are not that of our daughters and sisters," he said.

He added that if the police were looking for skeletons they would find more bones because of the history attached to the area.

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Not too long ago, the police made headway in their ongoing investigations in the 3 missing Takoradi girls' case.

Accordinh to the law enforcement outfit, they had found some human parts and were led to believe that they could be linked to the ongoing case.

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The Good Governance Advocacy Group Ghana (GGAGG) has served notice it will petition the Office of the Special Prosecutor to investigate the Power Distribution Service saga after the Ghana government suspended the deal over some infractions.

However, Amidu has stated his powers are limited and cannot take those involved in the PDS concession agreement on.

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