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Breaking: 3 Takoradi girls finally gets justice after court sentences accused to death by hanging

The murdered Takoradi girls whose case Hass been in court since they were pronounced missing has finally gotten justice as the jusry rilednkn the case today in the Cape Coast High Court.

There has been two accused persons standing trial who are Nigerian citizens. The 7 member Jury today, presided by Justice Richard Adjei-Frimpong, an Appeals Court Judge with additional responsibility as High Court judge, gave the sentence after the 7-member jury founf them guilty on Friday March, 5, 2021.

The two persons, Udoetuk Willis and John Oji, according the ruling have up to 30 days to appeal the ruling. The lre had been drama as remains found in Amman hole was confirmed to be that of the missing girls after a forensic experiment.

The family of the murdered girls have since expressed dissatisfaction in the fact that they were yet to get justice.

The victims; Priscilla Bentum, Ruth Love Quayson, Priscilla Mantebea Kuranchie and Ruth Abakah, who were feared to have been kidnapped between July and December 2018 were eventually confirmed dead in August 2019.

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Appeals Court Hass John Oji Richard Adjei-Frimpong Udoetuk Willis


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