- Reports has revealed that a young female University student Ayeshetu Abubakar has gone missing at Sefwi Bekwai in the Western Region
- According to her mother, she failed to get back home from work after closing around 7pm today, Thursday, August 8, 2019
- Ayeshetu's mother disclosed that her phone called but she heard her crying and then the phone went off abruptly
Information reaching YEN.com.gh reveals that Ayeshetu Abubakar, a young female University student has been abducted in Sefwi Bekwai.
According to the report that is trending on social media, Ayehsetu went missing after closing from work around 7pm today, Thursday, August 8, 2019.
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In an Instagram post sighted by YEN.com.gh, child star DJ Switch posted a photo of the young lady in quest to help find her.
"MISSING or KIDNAPPED!!! She is Ayeshetu Abubakar , a university student who is doing her clinicals at Dr. Kwaku Afriyie's hospital, Green Shield at Sefwi Bekwai," the statement stated.
"She went to work today 8/5/19 and closed at 7:00 pm and has since not returned," the statement added.
The statement revealed that there is fear she has been kidnapped since Ayeshetu called her mother and was crying.
According to her mother, Ayeshetu's phone went off few seconds after she began crying, depicting that something bad is happening to her.
Ayeshetu's kidnap is one of the numerous cases of kidnapping being reported in parts of Ghana recently.
The most popular one is the abduction of the three Takoradi girls which have generated public agitation.
In August and December 2018, three young girls from the Takoradi metropolis were kidnapped and has since not been found.
Recent publication by YEN.com.gh disclosed that the Ghana police confirmed to finding skeletons of the missing girls in a tank near the residence of the prime suspect.
YEN.com.gh however published seven heartbreaking facts gathered recently about the missing Takoradi girls.
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