Ghanaians insist on knowing where missing girl was found



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In the late hours of Tuesday, and the early hours of Wednesday, there was a message circulating on social media by one man seeking for the whereabouts of his niece, who had gone missing after he dropped her.

In addition to her picture, the man explained that he dropped his niece, Ann Ankrah, at the Spintex Junction in the morning around 10 a.m, to head for classes at the Achimota School.

The supposed uncle, added that after dropping her, no news had been heard from her, calling on Ghanaians to help him find his niece.

Ghanaians, however, have been alarmed by the recent kidnap issues, including that of the three girls who were reported to have been kidnapped in Sekondi/Takoradi metropolis and Effia Kwesimintsim Municipality of the Western Region, and therefore respond to such issues with some form of urgency to help families find their loved ones in case it happens.

Due to this, they quickly shared the message on social media in order to help find the missing girl.

Few hours after the news had gone viral on social media, it was reported on same platform that the school girl had been found, with no explanations into how she was found.

Although Ghanaians were eager to support the uncle find his niece, they insisted on knowing where she was found within the few hours, so that those who have children will also take precautions.

“I asked where she was found so that we all know and not just assume that she was kidnapped in this times of kidnapping galore. Was she harboured by her boyfriend?” one man asked.

“Let whoever sent the message reply us to ease our minds by letting us know where she was found. I have a daughter of similar age and I am very much concerned,” he added.

Meanwhile, the uncle after finding his niece has also gone mute about where she was found. 

Ghana| Atinkaonline.com| Porcia Oforiwaa Ofori