TV3 panelist offers $2,000 to informant on kidnapped Ta’di girls
A panelist on TV3’s morning show has offered to reward any person who gives information leading to the rescue of the three kidnapped girls of Takoradi.
Kojo Nsafoah said anybody with information on the three girls should come out and he will freely dash out $2,000 as reward.
He made the offer on TV3’s The Key Points on Saturday, April 27.
After nine months Priscilla Mantebea Koranchie, 15, Ruth Love Quayson, 18, and Priscilla Blessing Bentum, 21 are yet to be found after going missing in the Takoradi metropolis.
So far, Nigerian Samuel Wills is standing trial as the prime suspect.
Since his capture in December, 2018, Samuel Wills, who broke jail once for which he was sentenced in February, has not been able to lead the police to the whereabouts of the girls.
He once sent them on a wild goose chase.
After many assurances by the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service that the girls have been located, the police came out to deny any such information.
They stated that the girls have not been found.
Already, an online petition to get the police to act has started.
But an impassioned Kojo Poku, who was speaking on the issue on the morning show, said anybody within the Sekondi-Takoradi metropolis and even Ghana, at large, should contact him or the nearest police station with information and receive his cash reward.
The energy expert made a similar offer when some miscreants tampered with GRIDCo pipelines in Tema earlier this month.