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A group calling itself the Democratic Forum, has called on the Director General of the Criminals Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, Maame Tiwaa Addo Danquah, to keep quiet about issue regarding the kidnapped Takoradi girls, apologize to the families of the girls and resign. This follows the recent confusion surrounding a statement made by the CID boss concerning the location of the missing Takoradi Girls.
The CID boss said in a press conference that her outfit knew where the Takoradi girls were. “We know where the girls are, we want to assure the families that they should relax because their children will soon come back home,” she told journalists.
This assurance not withstanding, Maame Tiwaa Addo Danquah has explained that when she made those pronouncements that the police knew where the three kidnapped Takoradi girls were, it was only to give hope the families. According to her, the girls have not been found and that the police was working assiduously to locate them.
To this, the Democratic Forum, has in a statement on Tuesday described as unprofessional and insensitive on the part of the CID boss the attempt to mislead the public and especially the families of the missing children.
The group is of the opinion that the confusion created by the CID boss calls for her resignation and apology to the families of the girls and the entire country.
See attached picture for the full statement.