A planned demonstration by the aggrieved family of the three kidnapped girls in Sekondi Takoradi have been rescheduled from Friday 22 to Thursday 21 February, 2019.
The demonstration christened “boot-for-boot-all-die-be-die” was announced earlier last week by families of the three girl, and is being supported by the traditional authorities of the Diabene and Kansaworodo communities.
Spokesperson for the families, Michael Grant Hayford said the change was necessitated by a consideration that their action could stimulate some response from the President in the upcoming State of the Nation’s Address.
“…this is one of the major issues in our country that we really need to put an end to…that we need some results. So if the President has some statement to give Ghanaians, we expect to give us something better… as in the where about of the girls. And basically give us some assurances..maybe a week or two to get our sisters back”, he pleaded.
At a court proceeding yesterday, the suspected kidnapper Udoeturk-Wills could not present his witness named in his “jail break” case. The state prosecutor also couldn’t present any statement on the so-called CID officer who aided Mr Udoeturk Wills’ escape.
In a quick rebuttal to this, Mr Hayford defended that the suspect could not under the circumstances present any proof of existence of persons he’s named as accomplices. He charged the police and the court to do the needful.