Police in the Western Region have announced the disappearance of five persons in the region.
The police are seeking the support of the public to find the five persons that include four women and a man.
The information posted on the Police Service’s Facebook page indicated that all five persons went missing in September 2019.
One of the missing persons, 42-year-old Augustina Koomson, who is a native of Togo, reportedly left her home on 12th September “with the pretext of going to work and has since not returned home.”
Kwame who is deaf and dumb left home to buy a motor engine on 30/09/2019 and has since not returned.
Augustina reportedly left for work on September 12, 2019, and has since not returned.
Charity, also 17, left home on 16/09/2109 with some personal belongings.
17-year-old Fauzia left home on 10/09/2019, and has since not returned.
Rosina Gyekyewaa was last seen around the Takoradi Market circle at about 6pm on September 21, 2019.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has learned that the Mivheal Teye Tetteh, who emerged as valedictorian at the just-ended 52nd congregation of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) once sold banku and soup to make ends meet.
Tetteh, also known as TT by his colleagues, shared his inspiring story online and added the significant role his brother, Benjamin Kwame Tetteh, played in his life.
Tetteh did not only sell banku and soup, but also tried his hands on roasting maize and plantain amongst others.
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