Josephine Panyin Mensah was allegedly kidnapped last week in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis, and the Ghana Police Service is currently seeking a second opinion to confirm her suspected pregnancy.
He added that the police are seeking a second opinion at another medical facility and will not hesitate to seek a third opinion or even hire experts from Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital to conduct tests to verify her alleged pregnancy claims.
When it comes to instances involving forensic, scientific, and other medical exams, we generally rely on experts, and in this case, the lady was sent to the medical center at Axim, which is the proper practice for the police to follow once they discovered her.
“After listening to the court of public opinion, police advised the medical team to conduct a thorough examination regarding the pregnancy and alleged birth, and doctors of good knowledge and competence conducted their investigation and gave a formal report to the police stating that there was no sign of pregnancy or giving birth, and as such, they concluded that matter.
“We have engaged and deployed all facilities necessary for us to establish the truth through a fair and impartial mechanism,” ACP Ofori said, adding, “We have employed and deployed all facilities necessary for us to establish the truth through a fair and impartial mechanism.” Doctors' advice should be taken seriously.
The second viewpoint, which is about to be expressed, should be acknowledged... Regarding this technical issue, we shall depend on specialists rather than what people say. Even if it is a third opinion, the police would conduct it at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, which is the top hospital in the city.”
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