Again a mind-boggling situation for the security agencies and people of Sekondi-Takoradi as news of disturbing kidnapping is on the rise every now and then. Since August 2018, the situation keeps upping its head and has now become a nationwide fight against perpetrators behind these disharmonious act bedeviling the twin city.
The #BringBackOurTaadiGirls social media campaign which sought to find the whereabout of Priscilla Mantebea Koranchie, 18-year-old who resides at Ntankorful-Takoradi, who was last seen on December 21, 2018, Priscilla Blessing Bentum, a 21-year-old, a resident of Kansawrodo-Takoradi who was also seen 21 August, 2018 and 18-year-old resident of Butumegyebu-Takoradi, Ruth Love Quayson also last seen on December 4.
The where about of the trio is still unknown as the entire nation go in search for them. Today on Skyy Power FM’s Jolly Breakfast Show, there was another kidnapping alert and fortunately for the kidnap pee
able to fly out of the vehicle before any havoc could happen. She narrated her unfortunate incident which happened on this morning, Thursday, January 24 to host of Skyy Power FM Jolly Breakfast Show, Kojo Brace.
“A red car stopped in front of me at the Effia-Kuma Zongo bus stop, it was a familiar face driving the car, perhaps one of the customers at work place, I couldn’t pinpoint exactly who he was, but the face was familiar“.
“He had a red salon car and asked where I’m going so he takes me there. I obliged and hopped in, told him I’m heading towards Cape Coast station(which is on the left turn on the Ajip roundabout). He rather took to the right turn and headed towards Beach Road“.
“I told him to stop or I shout, but he still headed there and increased the acceleration, I told him I’m going to break the tinted glass of the vehicle but he still didn’t budge and said he’s going to do something there and after that he will take me back“.
“But that wasn’t what we agreed to initially, I tried to stop him and didn’t get the chance until we got to Vienna Club and another car overtook us, so I started shouting for help and forced my way out of the car. I was scared, I think he wanted to kidnap me” She ended.
There are campaign and a demonstration in line as residents of Sekondi-Takoradi keep pushing for information on the where about of the kidnap-pees.