Josephine Panyin Mensah Simons, the main character in the center of the Takoradi supposed kidnapping case has reportedly confessed to not being pregnant. After a second pregnancy test at the Efia-Nkwanta Regional Hospital came out negative, the now suspect allegedly could not hold it anymore as she let the cat out of the bag.
In an interview with Takoradi-based Empire FM, a senior police officer whose name is withheld for security purposes, said that Josephine admitted to the team of doctors who were attending to her that she was not pregnant. According to the police source, repentant Josephine asked for forgiveness from her husband, Michael Simmons who is in a state of shock
Meanwhile, information available to the police indicates that the victim now suspects have denied her spouse intimacy because she doesn't want to lose her pregnancy. Another observation made by the medical team is the fact that since Tuesday that Josephine appeared, she has not requested for a sanitary pad to soak the blood that might be dropping from her as a result of given birth.
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