Recently, Ghana is gradually becoming a dangerous country to live in due to the rate at which people are getting missing.
About ten people have been reported missing only in the month of April. These missing persons include both male and female, children and people who are matured enough to know better.
One may ask what exactly is the government of Ghana as well as the National security Service doing to help put a stop to it since it is their responsibility to protect the citizens of this country.
It will only take the security experts to explain it better to Ghanaians why this incident keeps happening almost every day.
36-year-old Gentleman by name Ebenezer Tettey is reported missing today Sunday 11th of April, 2021.
According to the report from the family members, Ebenezer Tettey left for work early Saturday morning 10th April, 2021 and couldn't returned from work. The Family has since then called all his telephone numbers and it reminds off.
He is dark in complexion with a smiling face and pointed nose. He went for work in a blue-black top with a pure black trousers. He speaks three languages, that's Ga, English and Asante Twi.
As we always count on your usual cooperation, let's all get involve and help the family of Mr. Ebenezer Tettey to find him as soon as possible.
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