The Women’s Wing of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have given the Director-General of the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service, Maame Tiwaa Addo Danquah 14 days to produce the kidnapped Takoradi girls.They said the CID must resign if she is unable to reunite the girls with their families after announcing weeks ago that she knew the whereabouts of the girls.
The NDC women, during a press conference addressed by the National Women’s Organizer of the party, Hanna Bissiw said they will use the next seven days, to collect signatures for a petition to the President over the three kidnapped Takoradi girls.
He said they will also petition the Inspector General of Police, David Asante Appeatu over the matter.
“We will be collecting signatures in the next seven days for a petition to the president, the IGP, the CID boss, the Attorney General and other international agencies demanding that the CID boss, Maame Tiwaa Addo Danquah to produce the three kidnapped Takoradi girls in the next 14 days or resign from office,” Hanna Bissiw said.
Hanna Bissiw further called on the Police Service and the Attorney General to bring perpetrators of the Ayawaso West Wuogon election violence to book and also hasten investigations and prosecution of all persons linked to the murder of Ahmed Hussein-Suale, an investigator with Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ TigerEye PI firm.
“The Police service and the AG must take urgent steps to bring to book the perpetrators of the Ayawaso West Wuogon state sponsored brutalities in the next 14 days or resign from office. The killers of Ahmed Suale and all who played a role in his murder is arrested and brought to book,” she said.
‘Comments on location of kidnapped girls were misunderstood’
Meanwhile, Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah says there was some miscommunication when her outfit said the three kidnapped girls from Takoradi had been located.
Speaking on The Big Story on Atinka TV Saturday, COP Addo-Danquah said the comments were to give further assurances to the anxious families of the victims.
“Sometimes in communicating something, the way you want to get it across, people may not understand it the way you want to say it,” she said.