A middle-aged woman has given a chilling account of how she was abducted by two men in a taxi cab and assaulted for an extended period.

Sharing her story on Nhyira FM, the victim said her assailants forced her to give them her mobile money account details in an attempt to withdraw all her funds.

Amidst tears, the teacher in Kumasi, said a network problem on Monday prevented her abductors from withdrawing all her bank’s savings.

She took the taxi with the two men on board at the Unity Oil area close to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.

“Soon as the taxi moved from where I boarded, they used a large dirty scarf to cover the whole of my head to the neck. My head was locked in between the legs of one of them, and my hands were locked behind me,” she recounted.

“They were beating me consistently even though I wasn’t resisting. They punched my face and my body. I am a teacher, and I know that in these types of cases, you try to look at them, so I wasn’t even trying to look at them,” she tearfully narrated.

Her abductors requested her mobile money pin and withdrew the ¢200 from her wallet. They also took ¢100 in her handbag.

Woman gives chilling account of how she was abducted and assaulted

 “They then asked me if I have merged my bank account with my mobile money wallet. I replied. No! Then one of them said, they should sell me to some ritualist for ¢40,000 because the money in my mobile money account was too small.” She revealed.

“I was scared, so I told them I have merged my bank account. They took the details and tried unsuccessfully to transfer the money in my account to the mobile money wallet.”

She told Kwadwo Jantuah, the host of “Kuro yi mu nsem”, show this got them to beat her more.

She noted that after over an hour of unsuccessful attempts to clear her bank accounts, they dumped her near Opoku Transport building at Anloga, about four miles from where they picked her up.

A formal complaint has been filed with the Asokwa police, and she has been given a medical form to be examined by a doctor.

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