Earlier today, it has been reported by various news portals that a 28 years old pregnant woman Josephine Panyin Simpson who was kidnapped by some group of unknown men has been released by kidnappers. The saddest news is that she came he without her pregnancy as she lost her baby to the kidnappers.
There have been various news circulating that has it that, the kidnappers wanted to use her for rituals but the process was not successful because she was a twin. According to sources, twins can't be used for rituals.
As various news are unfolding bit by bit, TheProgrammeNews have chanced on a video where a man who is said to be the one who saved Josephine narrating what he knows about this incident. This man is called Kwesi Nana.
According to the man, he saw a woman lying helplessly in a lawns. He made an attempt to talk to the woman who looked so weak and pale but the woman was only making a sign language. Kwesi Nana recalled that he gave the woman a piece of paper where she wrote her ordeal onto the paper. He again added that the woman requested to speak to her pastor first which he provided her with a phone.
After that reports were made and the police came into the scene.
What do you think about this news? Let us know what you think in the comment section. Watch the video here https://www.facebook.com/TV3GH/videos/1914877368692946/?app=fbl
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