Somes Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) led by the Democratic Forum, have in a joint petition asked President Nana Addo to sack the CID Boss, Madam Tiwaa Addo Danquah.
The groups include the Institute for Liberty & Policy Innovation (ILAPI), NUGS, and Educate Ghana Group.
The petition also asked the president to break his silence on the issue of the 3 kidnapped Takoradi girls.
The three girls went missing all from Takoradi in the western region. They were 16-year-old , last seen on December 21, 2018; 21-year-old Priscilla Blessing Bentum, last seen on August 17, 2018; and 18-year-old Ruth Love Quayson, last seen on December 4, 2018.
The CID boss at a press conference in Accra on April 2, 2019, had said the police knew where the three missing girls were and that the police would rescue them to enable the girls reunite with their families.
Civil society groups have earlier called on the CID boss to apologize to the family and resign her post for the confusion she has created around the issue of the missing girls, but the boss is yet to either apologize or resign.
Portion of the petition read “Sir, we believe that the actions of the CID Boss was not honest in her dealing with the public and the families of the victims on her recent claims and counter claims. This we believe is a betrayal of her oath of office to be faithful and honest to the people of Ghana at all times in the exercise of her duty as the CID Boss.”
It is unclear what the decision of the President would be on the petition and what the next line of action of the groups are.
See attached photos for the full petition.