Mrs Josephine Panyin Mensah must be prosecuted by the authorities of the country for causing a sort of fear and panic to the residents of Axim and the entire Ghana at a whole all in the name of her personal gain. By the help of the Ghana Police Service and the hospitals they visited, the truth was revealed
For the past few days, Ghanaians were confused weather the issue is true as she is saying or false as others are saying. His residents showed love and debunked the accusers claiming it was fake.
Only to be told she was pretending for her personal interest. In the first place, she lied to the authorities, causing them to do extra work which she knew the answer to the result long time.
To serve as a deterrent to others planning of doing same, she must be prosecuted so as to discourage others, because she also faked her kidnap to demand a ransom.
After her failed plan, she must not be left to walk freely, in my opinion if arresting her is too much, she should be fined.
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