Fresh revelations are dropping in now and then. It seems every revelation is a new twist to what we have already heard or read. Police statement released today stated emphatically that Josephine Panyin was never pregnant. Friends and relatives of the victim are also stressing on the point that she was pregnant. This news has really kept Ghanaians awake as everyone wants to know the head and tail of this issue.
Earlier today, it has been confirmed by various credible news portals like 3News that two people that is the husband of the victim called Michael Simons and the mother of the victim has been picked up by the police. They were picked by the police because the police suspect they might have staged kidnapping just to put fear and panic in the populace. They are therefore to be interrogated in order to assist the police come out with the right informations.
What do you think about this news. Do you think the police picking up the husband and the mother a good decision? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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