Family members of the four Takoradi girls after viewing the remains at the mortuary on Thursday say they are not convinced they are those of the girls.
According to the spokesperson for the families, Michael Hayford,the remains they saw during their visit to the mortuary looks like skeletons buried for years.
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“We have seen the bones for ourselves and we can say they are not that of the children because they look older than the ages of the girls involved and some of the skulls have broken tooth.”
Mr Hayford’s comment follows permission granted to the families after a 20 member delegation meeting with the Inspector General of Police (IGP), James Oppong Boanuh on Thursday.
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Speaking in an interview on Accra-Based Okay FM monitored by Adomonline.com, Mr Hayford said the evidence presented to the families does not fall in line with police communication.
“They told us they retrieved the skulls from a manhole but the panties with the remains are very clean so do they mean they went to wash them after discovery before they brought it to us,” he quizzed.
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According to Mr Hayford, the relatives identified some beads and panties with the remains and have declined to be that of the girls.
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Source: Adomonline.com|Dorcas Abedu-Kennedy