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This life is always full of unforseen circumstances. In this year, there have been a lot of reported cases about missing children in the country. Some have been found alive, other were found dead. These missing cases have been happening lately in the country and the authorities in the country need to wake up and do something about it. Parents in this country too need to watch their children carefully. According to the information reaching us, there is this handsome boy who has been missing for some weeks now. The name of this boy is Tei Kwadwo Prince. Tei Kwadwo Prince is 12 years old. This boy stays at Abidjan Nkwanta in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. He is a student of Fayiase R/C Primary School and in class 3. And According to the information reaching us, Kwadwo Prince believed to have traveled from Kumasi to Accra in search of his sister. Please follow this article as I show you pictures of this handsome boy. The pictures are shown undernath.

According to the information reaching us, this boy was found in Accra and was taken to Peace FM/UTV at Abeka Junction in the Greater Accra Region. So any one who knows this boy should contact their parents so that they can visit Peace FM or United Television (UTV) for their child. The boy stated that, he has a brother who's a carpenter in Kumasi who is called Tei Kwabena Francis. We are praying that those who know this handsome boy will see this news so that they can informed their family for them to come for their child. We thank God that this boy was found by good people and not those who needed children for money ritual. 

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