Missing Taadi girls: Bentum family hold prayers to mark first anniversary (video)

Missing Taadi girls: Bentum family hold prayers to mark first anniversary (video)

- All too soon, the family of one of the missing Tarkoradi girls have marked one year since their daughter disappeared without a trace

- The family organized a solemn prayer session to mark the sad anniversary

- Father of Priscilla Blessing Bentum, said he has resigned to believe his daughter has left for school and would soon return

All too soon, the family of one of the missing Tarkoradi girls have marked one year since their daughter disappeared without a trace.

In honor of her disappearance and great expectation the family organized a solemn prayer session to mark sad anniversary.

At the emotional and solemn commemorative event Sunday, the family prayed for one final divine intervention as police continue DNA analysis to ascertain if some human remains obtained from home of the prime suspect are those of the missing girls.

Father of Priscilla Blessing Bentum, said he has resigned to believe his daughter has left for school and would soon return.

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Priscilla Blessing Bentum’s mother also said anytime any individual and other groups come for a visit, it rekindles the agony all over again.

She said she is entrusting her hope in God for the safe return of her daughter.

Meanwhile, investigations conducted by the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) into the saga involving the missing Takoradi girls, paints a different picture from what was revealed at the suspects's house.

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According to BNI sources, details are emerging about the case from the recent revelations at the Takoradi house of the prime suspect, Samuel Udoetuk Wills.

However, BNI sources told Daily Guide that contrary to the latest breakthrough of the CID in unravelling the puzzle surrounding the missing girls’ case, the prime suspect, Samuel Udoetuk Wills, after a series of interrogations ‘confessed’ to BNI interrogators in March 2019 that the girls were shipped to Nigeria in December 2018 and January 2019.

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