Now that the truth of the Takoradi pregnant woman saga has partially come out, politicians have also come out to politicize the whole issue. The New Patriotic Party, who feel vindicated now by the confession of Madam Josephine, have developed a sudden moral right to criticize and apportion all sorts of blames to the Fix The Country conveners and the NDC. The NPP claims that some people from the Fix The Country movement and NDC wanted to create the impression that the level of insecurity has been heightened during Nana Addo's administration.
Today, Okatakyie Afrifa, a leading member of the Fix The Country movement reacted to the kidnapping cases in the brouhaha. He stated that Ghana is now on a "timebomb" and that hiding the truth will let situations heighten. He lamented on how there has been a continuous shift of blame from Madam Josephine to the Police and regional minister. However, he made Ghanaians face the reality that Takoradi is now the hub of kidnapping in Ghana. He disclosed that because of the level of unemployment in that region, another kidnapping whether fake or real will hit them again.
"I was shocked when I saw the number of unemployed people in Takoradi when I stormed there. It is for that reason that is why I say more kidnapping cases will hit Takoradi. I am not a prophet of doom.", Okatakyie Afrifa.
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