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Josephine Spending 5 Nights At Unknown Place Sparks Rumours; Another Conspirator On The Lose?

After confessing to faking her pregnancy and kidnapping, residents of Sekondi-Takoradi like any interested Ghanaian, are wondering where 28-year-old Josephine Panyin Mensah was lodging or hiding over the five nights since before she was found. The curiosity to learn about this missing link in the rather controversial case had sparked rumors about another conspirator who might have fallen out of the Police's radar of investigations.

 

The question that needs answering from Josephine Panyin Mensah at this moment is "who aided her to hide?" From the dawn of 21 September 2021 when she was reportedly abducted in Takoradi, and later found on 26 September 2021 in Axim, is such a distinct phenomenon for an inquiry into how she survived; thus where she slept, ate, bathed [if] without any other person's assistance.

 

Even if she slept in the streets, didn't anyone notice her strange presence in the community? The fact is that Takoradi to Axim is 60 kilometers apart and it will take the average man approximately 12 hours walking, and an hour and a half by vehicle.

 

This is not any journey that a young woman like her [without any prejudices] would take alone. These questions then suggest someone in Axim or within its neighboring villages might have hosted her. This location could or perhaps might have been pigned by the police's monitoring system they used to eavesdrop on the conversations she allegedly made to the mother.

 

Unfortunately, the attention has been drawn to Josephine, her mother, husband, and the pastor whom she called when she was found by the carpenter in Axim. Statements have been taken from these persons to assist investigations.

 

But there more pressing lingers and the curiosity of the people could only be satisfied by the police when these questions are addressed in their subsequent reports or press releases. Truth be told, this case is novel and had thought Ghanaians a great lesson about what to believe or accept to be true and factual especially from people we know and could easily vouch for. Josephine's residents, family, and friends easily fell for her scam.

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