29-years-old ‘kidnapped’ in Tamale
Family of a 29-years old Jennifer Ama Serlom Attakumah who went missing is calling on the northern regional police command to show seriousness in locating their daughter.
According to the family, the circumstances leading to Jennifer’s missing needs the command urgent attention to arrest the perpetrators.
The family told Zaa News that they suspect kidnaping and foul play alleging the involvement of a very powerful civil servant whose name was only given as Stephen and appealed to the police not to shield whoever is involve.
Narrating the chronology of events leading to the missing of their daughter, younger brother of Jennifer, Raymond Attakumah said his sister on 1st November was arrested, detained and was refused bail which was strange.
Jennifer crime was that she sent a threatening message to the wife Mr Stephen whom she believe was having intimate relationship with her boyfriend.
Mr Raymond said his sister was process for court on 6th November and was reminded till 11th November after 3 court proceedings.
Miss Jennifer was later fined 600 Ghana cedis which the family paid.
The missing Jennifer together with family members Mr Raymond said left the court to their shop around Teaching Hospital road where she placed the phone on charge which was off.
When she on it, hundreds of messages came in including threatening ones.
Jennifer Mr Raymond narrated left the phone and went to take passport photo at IK photos but never seem since then.
Mr Raymond told Zaa News that the family quickly reported the matter to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana police service and were told they can only attend to the case after 24 hours.
Mr Raymond said the family is unhappy about the way and manner the regional CID officer is handling the case.
The family made available threats text messages the mother of the missing lady recieved to the media and the police demanding that the police use it as lead to track the kidnappers.
Meanwhile, Police in northern region have said they suspect kidnapping and urged the public to volunteer information that would to lead to the rescue of her.