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Ghana Gas Commiserates with Families of Takoradi kidnapped Girls


The Ghana National Gas Company is assuring families of the three kidnapped girls in Takoradi of government’s commitment to ensure they reunite with the three missing girls.

Giving the assurance during a visit to the home of the three kidnapped girls at Diabene and Kansawrodo in the Essikado Constituency in a bid to commiserate with them , the Head of Corporate Communications at Ghana National Gas Company, Ernest Owusu Bempah assured the families of the utmost concern of Ghana Gas too; “I want you to know that as a company, one of our objectives is to build good relationship with residents in and around our area of operations and we are worried about these kidnappings” Mr Owusu Bempah revealed.

Mr Owusu Bempah who was in the Company of Senior manager in charge of Community Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility, Francis Ewoniah and other members of the Atuabo based gas processing company further stated that kidnappings are alien to the Ghanaian community and that President Akufo Addo is committed to resourcing the security agencies to make sure the girls are found as a matter of urgency.

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” The entire presidency, our CEO and all well meaning Ghanaians are worried about the situation and it is our utmost prayer that the next time we will come here , will be the day when the girls have returned; he added

The three girls, Priscilla Blessing Bentum, Ruthlove Quayeson and Priscilla Mantsebeah Koranchie were kidnapped between August and December 2018.
He urged the families to reject people who politicise the issue.

The Senior Manager in charge of Community Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility, Francis Ewoniah on behalf of the Company presented an undisclosed amount of money to the families at their separate homes.

The families , obviously taken aback by the kind gesture of Ghana Gas, asked the company to inform the President about the inconsistent nature of information flow from especially the police ;expressing worry about the manner the case is being handled.

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