- The families of the kidnapped and reportedly murdered four Takoradi girls are making fresh demands after the recent court ruling
- They want the 2 suspects to be hanged on live television for all to see that justice has been served
- The two suspected Nigerians, Samuel Udoetuk Wills, and John Oji were sentenced to death by hanging
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The families of the kidnapped and reportedly murdered four Takoradi girls are making fresh demands after the recent court ruling.
The family of all the four girls is requesting for the 2 suspects to be hanged on live television for all to see that justice has been served.
They are also demanding for details of the DNA tests that were allegedly conducted on the skeletons which were believed to be that of the kidnapped girls to be provided.
The families have questioned why the police have refused to provide the results to the tests that were conducted on the skeletons a year ago.
At a news conference organised by the Concerned Mothers Movement in Diabene on Monday, the families want the bodies released to them to enable them conduct independent DNA tests.
“We are demanding a copy of the DNA test because till now, the family has not received any report,” sister of one of the murdered girls.
The families are also calling for financial support to be given to them as well as giving their dead relatives a state burial.
Between July and December 2018, Ruth Abakah, 19; Priscilla Blessing Bentum, 21; Ruth Love Quayson,18 and Priscilla Koranchie, 15, went missing and were later reported dead.
Meanwhile, the two Nigerians, Samuel Udoetuk Wills, and John Orji who were found guilty of the crimes of kidnapping and subsequently killing the four Takoradi girls have been sentenced to death by hanging.
However, they have been given 30 days within which they can appeal the sentence that has been slapped on them.
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Source: Yen Ghana