I Believe the Missing Taadi Girls are Still Alive – Says Kofi Kinaata

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Famous Takoradi artist Martin King Arthur, popularly known as Kofi Kinaata, has commented on the issue of the missing girls in Takoradi.

Recently, the police announced that they have found the bodies of the girls and also arrested a suspect.

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However, some Ghanaians are now expressing doubts that the bodies found were that of the girls.

Speaking with Joy News, Kinaata said the police have to provide more proof to show that the bodies found were actually those of the girls.

“I don’t believe the human remains found by the police are that of the three missing Takoradi girls. They must prove it. We need to hear something convincing from the police,” the ‘Play’ hitmaker said.

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“The need to extensively convince us. They need to conduct further tests to make a sound determination or conclusion. They just can’t tell us that they have found the girls. It doesn’t make any sense,” Kinaata added.

His comments come after reported comments attributed to one of the alleged kidnappers, who said the bodies found were not the girls but that they’re still alive.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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