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Minister for Gender and Social Protection, Hon. Freda Prempah has heavily descended  on the National Women Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Hannah Bissiw for doing “propaganda” with the missing girls in Takoradi, Western Region.

According to Hon. Prempah who doubles as the Member of Parliament for Tano North Constituency, it is absolutely insensitive on the part of Mrs. Bissiw to add insult to injury of the missing girls and their families.

The women’s wing of the opposition NDC is demanding the Director General of the Criminal Investigations Department  (CID) Maame Tiwaa Addo-Danquah to produce the missing girls or resign.

Addressing a press conference to mark Mother’s Day, NDC Women’s Organizer Dr. Hannah Bissiw noted that the party will begin collecting signatures in the next seven(7) days to bring pressure on government to rescue the girls.

Mrs. Bissiw further hinted the CID Boss may face the wrath of the opposition party if she fails to do due diligence to the case. 

“The CID boss, Tiwaa Addo-Danquah must produce the 3 kidnapped Takoradi girls in the next 14 days or resign from office” she stressed.

But Hon. Freda Prempah reacting on Okay FM’s Ade Akye Abia Programme, said Hannah Bissiw together with the NDC has no credibility to talk about the issue.

She warned Mrs. Bissiw not to play political games with an issue as sensitive as three girls going missing and was hopeful the Police are making frantic efforts to locate their whereabouts.

“If we all say we are going to politicize every issue, then we will never move forward as a country because we were in this country [that] when Hon. JB Danquah Adu was murdered in his residence, their own DC was murdered in cold blood at their tenure of office…their time there were countless killing and murder cases; so it is wrong to politicize everything.

“This is not the time to do propaganda but a time to unite and cry and pray to God to help us locate the whereabouts of our children, because the second lady of the land is a mother. I am a mother and we equally share the Taadi girls’ parents’ grief”, she stressed.

She also reposed her confidence in the CID Boss and the Police Service to rescue the girls.

She asked the opposition party to allow the police to do their job.

Source: Josephine Acheampomaa/[email protected]

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