Authorities of the Sekondi/ Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly say they are eager to see the three kidnapped Takoradi ladies being reunited with their families.
Residents of Sekondi/ Takoradi are anxious to welcome home the three Takoradi kidnapped ladies, reason why the latest release by the police that the ladies are yet to be rescued angered many.
It is close to a year now that the three girls were kidnapped. Information about their where about is perhaps known to the alleged kidnapper, Samuel Wills, and possibly the Criminal Investigations Department (CID).
Speaking on the sidelines of the first ordinary meeting of the fourth session of the seventh Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly, the chief executive, Anthony K. K. Sam noted that kidnapping has become a concern in the metropolis. As a result, security has been heightened in the metropolis and residents sensitized to avoid further occurrences of kidnap and abductions, he said.
“There are more police patrol at day time and night to register police presence in the communities, the assembly has installed more streets lights on streets that did not have and together with other stakeholders enrolled kidnap sensitizations at some schools within the metropolis.”
Meanwhile, Matthew Adams assembly member for Kansaworado electoral area where one of the kidnapped victims and the alleged kidnapper Samuel Wills lived, noted he doubts the police have knowledge about the whereabouts of the three ladies.
“I am not sure if the police know where the girls are, I don’t believe the reports because the papers are saying different things and the police are also saying something different things,” Matthew Adams expressed.
By Loveridge Ampratwum Okyere/3news.com/Ghana