- Reverend Owusu Bempah said the missing Takoradi girls are alive
- He said contrary to reports that the girls are dead, they are not
- Bempah added that the bones said to have been retrieved of the girls are not them
- He, however, failed to say where the girls are claiming that he had been attacked too much over the matter
Reverend Owusu Bempah has said that the missing Takoradi girls who have been declared dead by the police are still alive.
Bempah said the girls are not dead, stressing that the bones said to have been retrieved of them are not theirs.
Bempah made this revelation in a video seen by YEN.com.gh on Facebook.
He was being interviewed by Bola Ray on Starr FM.
When asked of the girls’ condition, Bempah said “I do not believe that they are dead”.
Bola Ray then asked again: “Are they alive?” to which he responded: “yes”.
Bempah was again asked of the whereabouts of the girls, but he kept silent on that.
According to the pastor, he was not ready to disclose where the missing girls are because he had been attacked over the matter earlier.
He was quick to add though, that God has not told him about the condition of the girls, he feels it within him that they are not dead.
Bempah’s comment comes shortly after the police confirmed that DNA tests carried out on the bones.
The bones had earlier been retrieved from the residence of one man suspected to be a kidnapper and behind the missing girls’ departure.
The police announcement has sparked a public outcry with many people calling on the CID Boss to resign.
The families of the missing girls have also responded with pains, demanding scrutiny into the matter.
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