Nigerian student accused of kidnapping three girls as Ghanaians launch #BringBackOurTaadiGirls

A Nigerian student has made Ghanaians to launch a campaign tagged #BringBackOurTaadiGirls after three young girls went missing since last year.

The campaign was launched as a way of mounting pressure on the police to intensify effort in rescuing the girls believed to have been kidnapped.

The Nigerian student, Samuel Udoetuk Wills, is the prime suspect in the matter and has been in, out and in of police custody.

The girls from the Western Region town of Takoradi were kidnapped from separate families.

21-year old Priscilla Blessing Bentum was the first to be kidnapped in August 2018. She left for choir practice but never returned home.

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18-year old Love Ruth Quayeson was kidnapped four months after, while the third girl, Priscilla Mantebea Koranchie, 15, was kidnapped on the 21st of December last year.

Other parents who have lost their children through similar means staged a protest on January 4 demanding for the whereabout off their children as they questioned the lackadaisical approach of the police to the situation.

The police has, however, denied the claims of the residents who say seven girls have been missing so far. According to them, only three girls are missing.


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