Missing Taadi girls: ‘Information managed poorly’ – Deputy NCCE boss

Source myjoyonline

The Deputy Chairperson for the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) Kathleen Addy has criticised security agencies for poorly managing information about the three girls suspected kidnapped in Takoradi.

The statement is in response to a major breakthrough discovered by the police administration on Friday when remains of body parts were found at suspects’ residence in Kansaworodo, in the Western Region.

She indicated that the conspiracy theory about the missing girls are festering because state agencies have failed to feed the public with timely and regular information about the girls.

“We know that in an investigation not everything is made public but at least, even for the safety and the peace of mind of citizens, certain amounts of information need to be given regularly to avoid conspiracy theory,” she stressed.

She added the discovery was timely and this information if it turns out to be true would clear any doubts concerning the whereabouts of the three missing Takoradi girls.

The three girls, Mantebea Koranchie, 15, Ruth Love Quayson, 18, and Priscilla Blessing Bentum, 21 have been reported missing for close to one year.

Meanwhile, investigations is still ongoing to determine if the remains recovered are that of the missing Takoradi Girls.


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