The struggle to unravel the mystery behind the alleged kidnap case of a woman named, Josephine at Takoradi seems to have finally come to an end. Although there may be new developments arising from the case, it is noteworthy that the part of the story that has caused many to marvel has been unravelled.
A lot of well-meaning Ghanaians could not understand why she could decide to make such claims that she was pregnant, kidnapped and her baby was taken from her. Any curious individual that is able to make precise analysis into issues would know from the onset that a lot of developments surrounding the issue were not matching up.
The confusion and chaotic series of developments arising from the issue has made it a hard nut to crack. It is for that matter that anyone that has played a role in the discovery of the truth behind this development needs to be praised, if not rewarded.
This is because the situation has not only caused fear among the citizens of Ghana, but it has thrown a great challenge to the police in respect to the level of criminal activities they have to deal with.
It only takes intelligence, proper surveillance, critical observation and professionalism to put every piece of the puzzle behind this issue together.
It is therefore not surprising that Peter Mac Manu, the former National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party has took to his officially verified twitter account to praise those behind the unraveling of the mystery behind the case of the Takoradi woman. This is an image of Peter Mac Manu below.
Below is the post of Peter Mac Manu on his verified twitter account.
He has congratulated the Western Regional Minister, the Ghana Police Service, Effia Nkwanta Hospital, Axim Hospital and others for their role.
This has revealed that thorough investigation was made into the case to unravel the mystery. We pray that such a case does not repeat itself.
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