Stop the needless press confabs; bring back our Taadi girls – Group tells CID

Stop the needless press confabs; bring back our Taadi girls – Group tells CID

A women based group, Concerned Mothers Association of Ghana is mounting pressure on the Ghana Police Service (GPS) to immediately bring back the three

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A women based group, Concerned Mothers Association of Ghana is mounting pressure on the Ghana Police Service (GPS) to immediately bring back the three girls who were kidnapped at Takoradi in the Western Region as promised.

The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the GPS disclosed to the media that it has established the whereabouts of the three Takoradi girls and was working closely with the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) to rescue them soon.

But the girls who were declared safe are yet to be rescued nearly two weeks after the CID boss made public the information which has been described by many as “sensitive”.

Reacting to this in a statement, the Concerned Mothers Association of Ghana observed that if indeed the CID knows the location of the three girls, there should be no further delay in rescuing and reuniting them to their families.

The Association observed that comments by the police on the status of the girls and lack of action on rescuing them is affecting the affected families emotionally.

They, therefore, cautioned the police against “unnecessary” public statements about the girls and focus on doing what is important in bringing them back home.

“We believe that if the Police as mentioned by the CID Boss has been able to locate where our kidnapped girls are, then we are demanding that the CID without any further delay BRING BACK OUR GIRLS. By their pronoucements if we do not hear of the release of our girls,then we shall suspect that they have a hand in what is going on and should stop disturbing the families and the public.”

“This problem has affected the families psychologically and the police and the CID should do what they are supposed to do and BRING BACK OUR GIRLS What we want to see is our girls and not unnecessary press conference,” they advised.

Read the statement below

Press Release

Concerned Mothers Association of Ghana, a women based group with focus on issues bothering women and girls.

As Concerned Mothers our attention has been drawn to the fact that the CID Boss, now COP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah in press conference exactly two weeks today indicated that, the Police through diligence have managed to locate the 3 Kidnapped girls and further described them as safe.

We believe that if the Police as mentioned by the CID Boss has been able to locate where our kidnapped girls are, then we are demanding that the CID without any further delay BRING BACK OUR GIRLS. By their pronoucements if we do not hear of the release of our girls,then we shall suspect that they have a hand in what is going on and should stop disturbing the families and the public.

This problem has affected the families pyschologically and the police and the CiD should do what they are supposed to do and BRING BACK OUR GIRLS What we want to see is our girls and not unnecessary press conference.

The first girl Priscilla Blessing Bentum, 21 years was kidnapped on the 18 of August 2018 and for the past 242 days nothing has been heard of her while 18 and 15 years old Ruth Love Quayson and Pricilia Mantebia Koranye have been gone for 134 and 117 days respectively.

We are further and again appealing to our First and second ladies as well as the women in Parliament and the Attorney General and Chief Justice to put themselves in the shoes of the affected families and push for the girls to be reunited with their families better still for the Police to brief the families on what is keep them from releasing the girls.

FEEL THE PAIN, WE WANT RESULT.

Signed
Mrs Josephine Amoh
Convener
0244147386

By: Kekeli Kuatsenu/awakenewsonline.com