Residents in Takoradi in the western region of Ghana have embarked on a demonstration to demand the removal of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) boss, Madam Tiwa Addo Danquah.
The call for her removal comes after four Takoradi girls were kidnapped in 2018 but were confirmed dead by the Ghana Police service after a DNA test was conducted on remains found in the suspects home.
According to the residents the CID boss Madam Tiwa Addo Danquah failed to rescue fours girls who went missing for almost a year now.
The girls namely Priscilla Blessing Bentum 21, Priscilla Koranchie 18, Ruth loves Quayson 18 and Ruth Abeka were kidnapped in 2018.
However as part of the activities to rescue the girls the police embarked on an investigation leading to the arrest of some aspects.
The whereabouts of the girls have so far been confirmed dead by the police service.
The police service on August 2, 2019, discovered skeletal remains in a septic tank in the suspects home and conducted a DNA test which confirmed the death of the girls on 16th September 2019.
Gladys Emefa Gemadzie