Right from the moment the alleged kidnapped pregnant woman appeared, Ghanaians have been forced to believe different stories. Ghanaians are currently in a dilemma as to whether they should believe the family or the police. Following the release of preliminary investigations by the police, the family of Madam Josephine has called onto the gods to speak on their behalf. This action of theirs has caused massive reactions online. The letter from the Ghana Police Service contracted with the story they made Ghanaians believe. In their bid to defend themselves and prove that they speak nothing but the truth, they have resorted to curses and pouring of libation. This event occurred today at the residence of Madam Josephine.
"If the Police, the Regional Minister, the Member of Parliament or the Party executive who came out to same our daughter was not pregnant and it is not true, let the gods take their lives and deal with them",the family curses
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