Kwesi a carpenter at Axim in the Western region, who found the pregnant woman who was reported missing in Takoradi, has given a vivid accounts on how she saw the pregnant woman in cold blood when he got close to her while she was lying on the floor helpless.
The rescuer said that when she saw the woman she wasn't shocked and walked straight to her but it was unfortunately that the woman couldn't talk. Kwesi held her hand for the missing woman to get up and they walked to his carpentry shop which was very close to them.
"I started asking her questions and used sign language to ask for a pen and paper. I gave her what she asked and wrote she want to call her Pastor but the number was not on the paper. She then took the paper back and wrote the Pastors phone number and on the letter she said, she is from Takoradi and was kidnapped. I then called come people who were close and a police officer as well. She again used the sign language and said she was pregnant and when the kidnappers took her, the sealed her mouth and tied her hands and legs and that forcedly made her to give birth. I the called Takoradi (his pastor) and they ashed me to take a picture of her to send for the to confirm. When I sent, it was confirmed that she's the one they are looking for" Kwesi narrated the story.
Full video of the rescuer
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