As the campaign to find the three kidnapped Takoradi girls continue, Takoradi-based hiplife artiste Kofi Kinaata has reminded the state of its responsibility in finding the girls and reuniting them with their families.
In a recent interview with Becky on the EWITHBECKS show on Joy Prime, Kinaata expressed sadness that the three girls were yet to be found.
He, however, noted that he is confident the authorities involved will find the girls and reunite them with their families.
“I’m sad. One thing they are saying is that the issue is very sensitive and a lot of security measures are being taken when I ask for answers,” he said.
The rapper added that he is in full support of the authorities and would help in any way he can, to find the three missing girls.
Meanwhile, families of the teenage girls who were kidnapped are still appealing to the government to help them find their children.
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