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The issues of kidnapping in the country has been on the rise. The security is playing their part however, it seems the kidnappers are proving more stubborn. A young girl by name Naomi Mensah luckily has been saved from kidnappers and she gives account of what happened. This occurred in Wassa Akropong in the Western Region.
According to the fourteen year old girl, she was sent by her mother in the night to buy Lipton and bread around 8:00 pm because she was hungry. On her way to the shop, she was stopped by a man in black vehicle which had approached her. The man asked her if she could direct her to Wassa Akropong Government Hospital.
However, as she was in the act of directing the man, she realised another unknown man coming from her back with a towel. Immediately she was grapped by the unknown man and she began shouting but he closed her mouth with the towel. Fortunately a woman appeared at the situation and started shouting calling help.
The men suddenly dropped the girl, boarded the car and vamoosed. The Amenfi East Police Commander DSP Simons has advised parents and everyone to be security conscious. He said that we shoud not get very close to unknown people who call us.
We thank God for the precious life of the young girl.
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