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Families of ''deceased Takoradi missing girls'' urge Jury to be merciless as court rules today

It has been almost 3 years now when four (4) Takoradi girls went missing. The girls were Ruth Abakar, 19 years old, Priscilla Blessing Bentum, 21 years old, Ruth Love Quayeson 18 years old, and Priscilla Mantseabea Koranchie, 15 years old. The kidnapping incident occurred in 2018 with two of the girls kidnapped in December whilst the other two were kidnapped in July and August that year. 

An attempt by the families of these girls to get their daughters back proved futile. The families of the missing girls, the media, and concerned citizens assisted the police to retrieve the girls but they were not successful as the police later discovered dead remains in a septic tank and a well. DNA test matches that of the missing girls. The investigation leads to the arrest of two suspects who were believed to be the kidnappers. 

Upon a couple of years of court appearances, the court has set today to pronounce judgment on the dead girls. The family appeals to the jury not to be merciful if the suspects are found to be guilty. 

As we patiently await the verdict, what is the punishment you wish the court to spell out on the suspects if found guilty?

#Justice Must Prevail#

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Priscilla Blessing Bentum Priscilla Mantseabea Koranchie Ruth Abakar Ruth Love Quayeson Takoradi


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