This evening the Ghana Police Service has released a press statement saying that Josephine Panyin Mensah Simons who was Kidnapped and found at Axim in the Western region faked her pregnancy to everyone. This press statement has shocked all Ghanaians especially, those in Takoradi and it's environs.
Angel fm station this evening on their news file, played a tape of Josephine Panyin's sister voice which she said that he sister was always praying at dawn and asking God to give her a child so she (Josephine Panyin Mensah Simons), will be happy in life but she (the sister) do not know how Josephine got Pregnant.
"When I came to Takoradi from my travel, I told our mother to be mute about the case because since the police is handling we knlw the Lord will make us win. I said that because we all believed my sister was Pregnant and everyone was seeing her as Pregnant woman due to her condition" the sister of Josephine Panyin Mensah Simons revealed on Angel evening news today.
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