- A 19-year-old University of Ghana (UG) student named Angela Ama Wills was kidnapped while on her way to deliver cake to a client
- On her way, she was called by a man in a saloon car to give him direction and was captured in the process
- It is reported that a ransom has been paid and she was released but her story is still a caution to many
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Angela Ama Wills, a beautiful young lady who is in her first year at the University of Ghana, was sadly kidnapped while she was about her usual cake-delivery business.
In the post that was shared by @ofri_larnney on his personal Twitter handle, it is indicated that the lady had received a call to deliver her cake to an unidentified customer only to go missing.
Thankfully, she has subsequently been found after a ransom was reportedly paid to her kidnappers who had captured her while pretending to seek direction at a remote location.
See the initial announcement of her kidnapping below:
In the second post, @Ofri_Larnney explained:
"She has been found, thanks for your support and prayers in her search. Apparently a private car approach her for directions nd she was kidnapped but released after paying a ransom"
See the post below:
Although Angela has been found, her story serves as a reminder for everyone to be extremely cautious particularly in this Christmas season when crime sometimes escalates.
Some people who saw Angela's story advised that records are kept by small business owners and delivery agents on their smallest moves, so as to trace them easily in case of any eventuality.
In another captivating report by YEN.com.gh, two school mates from senior high school have succeeded in venturing into two of the most coveted career paths that are revered in Ghana currently.
This was revealed in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of one of the gentlemen identified on the social media platform as Mants3 Adjei.
In the post, Adjei shared an old school photo of himself and his friend, Knii Somo, mentioned that it showed how they both started before becoming a lawyer and a doctor currently.
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