Mrs Rhodaline Amoah - Darko has been missing since 30th August when he told his husband she was travelling to Sunyani. The couple is residents of Kumasi and they have three children. Her husband who is a lecturer at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has released a statement detailing his ordeal.
He said on this faithful day, her wife told him she was travelling to Sunyani and has since not heard from her. Her phone is off as well making it difficult to trace her whereabouts. He then reported it to her workplace, Kumasi Lands Commission and the Ashanti regional Police commander, but to no avail.
Before she got missing, Mrs Amoah - Darko who works as Lands Commission Administrator, visited Nhyira FM in Kumasi to educate the public on land tenure issues. On 27th August, that is three days before she got missing, she was a guest on the radio's morning show, "Kuro Yi Mu Nsem". She gave a very educative speech to the public on land issues. The family and the police call on anybody who has information about her whereabouts.
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