The suspect in the kidnapping of three young ladies in Takoradi revealed in court Monday that a police investigator helped him break jail.
Samuel Oudoterg Willson told the court he doesn’t know the name of the said officer yet he can recognize.
Other than that officer, the suspect said one Kwesi helped him with oil which encouraged his cutting of the metal bars used to blockade the windows of the cell.
Mr. Willson, nonetheless, noticed that he doesn’t know about the present area of the said Kwesi and argued for quite a while from the court to find him.
He is right now being striven for getting away from legitimate care. The case has been dismissed to February 18, 2019.
Willson is in the capital, Accra right now helping the police with examinations concerning the whereabouts of the three grabbed young ladies.
A vigil was held in Takoradi on February 4 for the captured young ladies
He got away from care after he was grabbed in association with the kidnappings. Police say he has admitted to the kidnappings however is non-helpful as to their whereabouts.
“He continues sending us to wrong areas,” the Western provincial police officer revealed to Joy News.
What has the group of the young ladies been stating?
The groups of the young ladies have, nonetheless, communicated their disappointment with current procedures.
They said the arrival of the young ladies is of fundamental enthusiasm to them; they have no enthusiasm for the criminal arraignments.
The Gender and Social Protection Minister, Cynthia Morrison as of late visited the families, guaranteeing them that the young ladies are alive.
“… so on the off chance that they are alive, where are they,” a relative tested.
The sister of Ruth Quayson, one of the seized young ladies disclosed to Joy News’ Ina-Thalia Quansah that they are giving the specialists seven days’ final offer or there would be a mammoth show in the Western local capital.
Priscilla Bentum was snatched in August 2018 while Ruth Quayson and Mantebea Koranchie were taken in December that year.