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THE POLICE COULD HAVE DONE BETTER – KOFI KINAATA REACTS TO THE DEATH OF MISSING TAKORADI GIRLS





Ghanaian rapper and singer, Martin King Arthur, who performs under the stage name Kofi Kinaata, says he is dejected following the Ghana Police Service’s confirmation that the missing Takoradi girls are dead.


The Ghana Police Service confirmed that the four missing girls in the Western regional capital Takoradi are dead.


The Ag. Inspector of General of Police, James Oppong Boanuh said at a press conference Monday, that the results of the DNA test on remains retrieved in Takoradi have been relayed to the families along with condolences


Kinaata, who hails from Takoradi in an interview with Accra-based Citi FM expressed his disappointment in the police service.

He said he was hopeful the security officers in the country could have rescued the missing girls from the notorious kidnappers.



“I will say the outcome of the investigation and result of the DNA test in the missing Takoradi girls case has left me extremely sorrowful,” he said.

That wasn’t what we were expecting but it turned out this way and we have no option but to take it in good faith. My condolences to the family, we are with them.

The police could have done better. I think they did their best but they could have done better. We have complained a lot about their approach towards this case,” he said to Citi News.

The girls Priscilla Blessing Bentum, 21, Priscilla Mantebea Koranchie, 18; Ruth Love Quayson 18, and Ruth Abeka were victims of a kidnapping and murdering syndicate in the Takoradi area.

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