The family of Ruth Abakah one of the four missing Takoradi girls who have now been confirmed dead believes there’s a strong political hand somewhere that is ensuring that the brouhaha and agitations surrounding the issue of the girls does not die anytime soon.
The kidnap of the girls has for close to a year been the most topical issue discussed in the media with several people slamming the Ghana Police Service for their poor handling of the case since its inception to its conclusion.
Following the discovery of human remains from a septic tank in a house previously occupied by the Nigerian kidnap suspect in Kanswrodo that have been confirmed to be that of the kidnapped girls, there have been calls for the head of the CID boss after she earlier told the media “We know where the girls are,” at a news conference in Accra.
The Uncle of Ruth Abaka, Mr Kwamena Baiden, speaking to Kasapa News questioned the interest of some people who he said are “crying more than the bereaved” and have purposed not to let sleeping dogs lie after the DNA test has confirmed that the remains are that of the missing girls.
While two out of the four families have rejected the DNA results and have called for foreign experts to run another test, Mr Kwamena Baiden stated that his family wholeheartedly accepts the results and is not interested in litigating the matter.