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Missing Taadi girls saga:i will not resign-CID boss

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Leader of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Police Service has said answered critics requiring her to resign as head following her treatment of the case including the three missing Takoradi young ladies.

Maame Tiwaa Addo-Danquah says her renunciation won’t consequently resolve the issue and bring back the young ladies.

Talking at a program sorted out by Commonwealth Africa in Accra Wednesday, she said her center is attempting to “bring whatever circumstance that we have at an indisputable stage not to squander your time supposing you need to leave or not.”

The young ladies, Ruth Quayson, Priscilla Blessing Bentum and Priscilla Koranchie are accepted to have been grabbed between August 2018 and January 2019.

On August 2, 2019, the police affirmed they recovered human stays from a septic tank on a property recently involved by the key suspect in the grabbing of the three missing young ladies, Samuel Udoetuk-Wills.

The skulls were recovered at Kasaworodo a suburb of Takoradi following a hunt in the premises by the Police with the guide of sniffer wild dogs.

The police through their examinations got the data that the young ladies were dead and were covered in the septic tank behind the denounced individual’s home, a source said.

Following the disclosure, there have been requires the leader of the CID supervisor after she told correspondents “We know where the young ladies are,” at a news gathering in Accra.

While certain of wrapping up the adventure, she asked persistence and guaranteed the open “they are safe…very soon they will be brought back home.”

At that point, groups of the missing young ladies addressed why the police neglected to uncover the data to them before opening up to the world.

Weeks after the fact, under strain Maame Tiwaa beat a retreat saying she was misconstrued when she declared the three missing young ladies had been found.

She told Accra-based Atinka TV, she ‘needed to give the families trust’ by that declaration.

The CID supervisor who could be the following Inspector-General of Police said her remarks have been misjudged. ‘Perhaps individuals did not comprehend me well’ she said in Twi, a nearby language.

The resistance NDC has reported it is gathering marks requiring the CID supervisor’s sacking.

However, in the most recent reply, Mama Tiwa said when it is the ideal opportunity for her to leave, “I will leave since someone was there [before] and I am here [today].”

She said her current “position isn’t one that I connected for” focusing on one ascensions the positions by buckling down and winning it.

As indicated by her, however for the situation of head of Legal and Prosecution that she can’t order since she isn’t a legal counselor, “there are different timetables that I can go as the Commissioner of Police.”

“I don’t have to leave… leaving resembles leaving from the Ghana Police Service… the position isn’t something that I need to leave and state I am never again a Director General of the CID.

“It resembles a posting or move, so I must be moved. At the point when the opportunity arrives for me to be moved, I will be moved… perhaps I will be taken to an alternate position,” she said.

Maame Tiwaa Addo-Danquah said when everybody “is requiring your abdication, the inquiry you need to pose to yourself is if leaving will take care of the issue.”

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