- 2 boys from Ghana identified as Jeff Agyako and Kelvin Boateng have been found in Togo
- The duo identified their parents as Owusu Yaa and Charles Kofi from Ampomaah
- They were, however, unable to describe how exactly they got out of Ghana into Togo
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Two Ghanaian children who speak only Twi and are unable to adequately trace their route have been found in a town Mission Torve in Togo.
In a conversation with one of the local residents who has stayed in Ghana, the boys identified themselves as Jeff Agyako and Kelvin Boateng and their parents as Owusu Yaa and Charles Kofi.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of Nyarko TV, the duo also revealed that they come from Ampomaah and remember they were last sent to Tesano Police Station in Accra.
The older one, Jeff, recalled that their grandparent was sick in Accra and they were coming to their hometown with their mother for money to help their granny to the hospital.
However, after indicating they alighted at Tesano Police Station, Jeff could not tell exactly how they journeyed all the way out of Ghana into Togo.
It was suspected by the men having the chat with the boys that they had either been stolen at the station or they were put in a car by their mother who was left behind by some mistake
Watch the full video below:
Meanwhile, a beautiful Ghanaian young lady named Shanel Afaglo who is only 14 years of age has been reported missing by her family.
According to an official report that was filed by Shanel's family at the police station, the girl left home on Saturday, January 9, 2020, at about 10 pm.
Mrs Nana Yaa Ocran, the girl's 38-year-old mother living at Tafia Norway indicated to the Tafia Police that Shanel left home without informing anyone.
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