IGP hosts Families of dead Taadi girls

The Inspector General of Police, James Oppong-Boanuh is expected to host families of  the Takoradi girls as part of processes in bringing the matter to a final closure.

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MyNewsGh.com has confirmed that the meeting which comes off today October 24, 2019 is at the instance of three of the families who want to be taken through the process of how the DNA results were arrived at in order to decide whether or not to seek a second opinion or otherwise.

A letter sighted by this portal from lawyers of the families
reads in part “We wish to request for the bones of these deceased (missing
girls) for a second opinion so that our clients will be able to identify the
individual corpse for a befitting funeral by the individual families.

Our clients instruct us that these remains shall be the same
as uncovered from the septic tank. For peace to reign in the families, we would
be very grateful if you could facilitate the handing over of the bones or
samples to them”.

It would be recalled that the IGP last reveale d that the
results of the DNA test on remains retrieved in Takoradi  proved to be those of the missing girls and
the information had been relayed to the families along with condolences.

The dead Takoradi girls were victims of serial kidnapping and murdering syndicate operating within the Western Regional Capital according to him.

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“A few minutes ago, officers
of the Ghana Police Service informed four (4) families in Takoradi in the
Western Region of Ghana that DNA tests conducted on some human remains
discovered in the course of Police investigations into the disappearance of
four (4) missing girls have. The Ghana Police Service has, with regret,
therefore informed the families that the remains are those of Ruth Abaka,
Priscilla Blessing Bentum, Ruth Love Quayson, and Priscilla Kuranchie.
Investigations now establish that the girls were victims of a serial kidnapping
and murdering syndicate that operated in the Takoradi area.  While for
various reasons we were unsuccessful in obtaining and acting on accurate
actionable intelligence, in good time, to enable us rescue the girls, we believe
that the arrest of the culprits has effectively thwarted the ability of this
syndicate to have continued with further kidnappings and murders”, he revealed.

Source:MyNewsGh.com/Stephen Zoure/2019

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