It was a short decision by the Takoradi Circuit Court A to make when the lady at the center of the recent fake Takoradi Kidnaping case mounted the witness box. Regrets and embarrassments were written all over her face as family members and other residents gathered at the court premises to monitor proceedings.
The case involving Josephine Panyin Mensah, the Takoradi lady who is facing the court for faking her pregnancy and kidnapping in the Western Region of Ghana has once again been adjourned. The case was supposed to be heard today November 11, 2021, and the Takoradi Harbor Court A and her lawyers were ready to mount their defense.
It’s amazing how Josephine Panyin Mensah had transformed barely two weeks since her release from police custody. She looked astonishingly beautiful and healthy today, as he sat on a bench waiting to be ushered into the courtroom for her case. The transformation is so obvious when one compares to her physique at the time she was found in Axim, throughout her first appearance in court in September 2021.
The lady at the center of the fake pregnancy brouhaha, Josephine Panyin Mensah Simons was at the Takoradi Harbor Circuit Court for the first time after she was arrested. Since the case has attracted national interest, many residents thronged the court to have a look at the lady.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. There has been lots of allegations concerning the kidnapping and pregnancy of the victim who is now a suspect as the Takoradi woman, Josephine Panyin Mensah boldly came out to confess to faking both her kidnapping and pregnancy which unexpectedly surprised most Ghanaians.
She finally met the bail conditions and was permitted to go back home and rest. For many years, she has been living with the mother at a place popularly known as Sweet Mother around the Takoradi Market Circle until she was beautifully wedded by her husband and moved to her matrimonial home in the same environment.
Her demeanor had changed. She was looking energetic with renewed confidence. As usual, family members, friends, and loved ones were present in full to support her. The past few weeks have not been easy for Josephine Simmons Mensah the young lady who made headlines in the country with her kidnapping and nine months old pregnancy.
It has so far been a smooth trial for Josephine Tawiah Mensah, the lady who is in court for faking her kidnapping and pregnancy in Takoradi. She is facing charges of deceiving a public officer and publication of false news with the intent of causing fear and panic at the Takoradi Habour Circuit Court A.
Madam Alberta Yawson, a resident at New Takoradi in the Sekondi Takoradi Metropolis is currently in tears after some persons allegedly attempted to kidnap her daughter, Judith Yawson at the Hostel of a popular senior high School in Sekondi. She was at home when the daughter placed a call to her that an unknown person (a female) is seeking to spend a night at her hostel.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The brother-in-law of the kidnapped Takoradi pregnant woman, Jossphine Panyin Mensah has recently sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after boldly revealing more secrets about the victim who is now a suspect’s pregnancy.
Takoradi has a history of treating thieves and other criminals in a special way after they are caught red-handed. A few months ago, all thieves who were arrested in the act were forced to either dance, weed, or clean gutters as punishments. After the mob is satisfied, they release the thief to go without handing him over to the police.
It seems it is now a way of punishing thieves. About some months ago we witnessed some residents of Tadi who made a thief dance and sing as his punishment. This is the same thing which has happened at Asante Juaben when a thief was caught stealing cassava and a chicken.
The parents of a young boy are currently in dilemma after their child left home without a trace. They have been searching all over in their vicinity but to no avail. His father, Ishahaque Abdulai has run to the Anaji Police Station in the Effia-Kwesiminstim Municipality to make an official complaint about the missing of his child.
Judith Arhin, the nineteen-year-old final year student of the Adiembra Senior High School in the Sekondi Takoradi Metropolis has narrated a fresh twist to the failed kidnapping issue being investigated by the police. It would be recalled that a story broke on Sunday about how some unknown persons stormed the hostel of the girl in an attempt to kidnap her.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The recent rise in kidnapping cases in Takoradi has undoubtedly raised lots of concerns amongst citizens in the region as most have boldly come out to urge the police service to bring every suspect or individuals involved in fake kidnapping to justice with no mercy.
Some new developments are unfolding in the fake kidnapping case involving twenty-nine (29) year old Joana Krah Akos. Mr Ebo Donkor Esq, a legal practitioner with the Legal Aid Department in Sekondi-Takoradi, reports that the accused was coerced into admitting the charges that were preferred by the prosecutor.
It seems the woes of the Takoradi Fake Pregnancy lady are not ending anytime soon because the signs on the wall are very bleak. After three days since she was granted bail by the Harbor Circuit Court in Takoradi, her savior is yet to appear. The latest update on her issue is that the GHC 50, 000 bail with two sureties slapped on her by the court is still yet to be fulfilled.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The most anticipated story of the “kidnapped” Takoradi “pregnant” woman, Josephine Panyin Mensah has sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after she unexpectedly cane out to clear the air whilst emphatically revealing that, she faked both her kidnapping and pregnancy because of her husband.
Sekondi and Takoradi, the Twin City as many know remain the Capital city of the Western Region. For the past decade, there have been several persons migrating from different parts of the country and abroad to settle in Sekondi Takoradi due to the oil find. The living condition has seen changes over the years and the people have as well changed.
A Court in the Oil City, Takoradi has granted Josephine Mensah, the allegedly pregnant lady who was reported missing a GHS 50,000 bail with two sureties to reappear before Court on October 14, 2021. Her charges when she appeared before the Court was deceiving a public officer and false publication of news, as well as causing fear and panic in the environment she leaves.