Takoradi Girls Kidnappers Sentenced To Death By Hanging | Details

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The two suspects in the four missing Takoradi girls case have been sentenced to death by the Sekondi High Court, Friday

The suspects; Samuel Udeotuk Wills and John Oji were charged for kidnapping and murdering Ruth Abakah, 19; Priscilla Blessing Bentum, 21; Ruth Love Quayson,18 and Priscilla Koranchie, 15.

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The victims were captured at different locations; including Kansawurodo, Butumagyebu, Nkroful Junction all in Sekondi-Takoradi of the Western Region.

After nearly two years of hearing the case, the seven-member jury found the two offenders guilty of committing the crime.

Presiding over the case was Justice Richard Adjei-Frimpong who sentenced them to death by hanging. The suspects, however, may appeal the judgment within 30 days should they choose to do so.

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Following the judgment, there were mixed reactions; whilst some were satisfied with it, the relatives of the girls who are still in denial of the death of their daughters want more from the country’s justice system.

Francis Bentum, one of the victim’s relative, does not believe that this brings justice to the family. The only thing that he says will bring him justice and satisfaction is the return of his grandaughter.

As far as he is concerned, his daughter is not dead since the former Criminal Investigation Department boss, Tiwa Maame Yaa Addo Dankwah assured them that their daughters were still alive.

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He accused the Police of manufacturing the DNA report that confirmed the death of victims in order to clear the case from their desk.

Another family member, the mother of one of the girls, who was at the High Court, Josephine Amo in an interview, however, expressed satisfaction with the judgment.

“If they will really abide by what they are saying, then I am pleased with it,” she told the media after the proceedings.