Father of one of the four Takoradi kidnapped girls—who were recently confirmed dead through DNA result—has said the killers of her daughter must not go unpunished.
Alexander Kuranchie — father of Priscilla Mantebea Kuranchie in an exclusive interview with TheNewsGh.com said he accepts what has been put out by the police, revealing that he lost hope after the dress of his ward were found in the home of the chief mastermind.
He is however demanding that the perpetrators face the full rigors of the law so that other girls will not fall victim to their murderous activities.
“Those behind her death must not be left off the hook. I thank the police for arresting them and I am praying that they deal with them to serve as a deterrent to others”, he said.
While indicating his readiness to take the remains of her daughter for burial, he appealed to those trying to use the issue in pursuit of a clandestine agenda not to make him their target mounting a spirited defense for the Director General of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), COP Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah.
“She has always been in touch, sent me money for my upkeep and the brother of the deceased, gave us encouragement when we were down as though we were her family. We usually prayed together not forgetting the countless personal visits. I do not think it is right for people to want to use us in settling personal scores”, he revealed.
Nineteen year-old Ruth Abekah went missing at Diabene in July 2; Priscilla Blessing, 21 went missing at Kansaworodo on August 17, 2018 and Ruthlove Quayson, 18 on December 4, 2018 at Butumagyebu Junction.
Priscilla Mantebea Koranchie, 18, went missing on December 21, 2018 at Nkroful.
So far three persons have been arrested including Chief mastermind of the act, Samuel Udoetuk-Wills a Nigerian was jailed recently but is still facing other charges before a Sekondi High Court after he escaped from jail in December 2018 following his first arrest.
John Oji was the second to have been arrested and the last is Chika, who was alleged to have played a key role in the whole crime and arrived in Koforidua on July 29, 2019.