I’ll Pay for You To Help Find the Missing Taadi Girls – John Dumelo to Canada

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In a display of swift efficiency, the two Canadian girls who were kidnapped last week in Ghana have been rescued after just over a week in the hands of their captors.

A joint collaboration between local authorities and security experts sent down from Canada to aid the investigation yielded immediate results, leading to the two girls being rescued by a national security team earlier today.

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Take this in contrast to the missing girls kidnapped in Takoradi who have not been found after months of their kidnapping.

The Ghana Police have been taking their sweet time solving that case but based on the expedited way they were able to find the Canadians with the help of foreign authorities, John Dumelo has offered to pay for the same Canadians to help find the Taadi girls.

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In a post on twitter, John said he would pay accomodation for the Canadians to stay behind and help find the girls.

“Can the Canadians who came to rescue the kidnapped Canadian citizens please stay on for like a week more and help us find our missing Takoradi girls? I will pay for accommodation I beg.” he tweeted.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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