The families of the four Takoradi girls, who have been confirmed dead by the police through a DNA test, are calling on the Criminal Investigations Department boss, COP Maame Tiwaa Addo-Danquah to reunite the girls with their families.

According to the families, their request follows the assurance they were given by the CID boss during a press conference in Accra on the progress of investigation.

Speaking in a press conference on Tuesday, the families, who took turns to address the media, reiterated they cannot accept the DNA report presented by the police on Monday evening.

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“Maame Tiwaa must bring back our girls because she was the one who assured us they know where the girls are and they are safe. She also called me on March 13, 2019 to tell me the kidnappers are demanding a ransom but I shouldn’t make it public,” mother of Ruthlove Quayeson said.

To the family, they doubt the credibility of the report due to the medium it was communicated to them.

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“The police didn’t fulfill their part of the bargain because prior to our acceptance of the DNA test, we agreed that the police will keep in touch with us on each stage of the investigations but they didn’t; only to inform us of the death without any evidence so we maintain the skeletons are not those of our children,” they added.

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Source: | Gertrude Otchere