Gender minister hints that kidnapped girls are alive


The Gender minister, Cynthia Mamle Morrison, has disclosed that the three kidnapped girls are still alive. She added that the suspect, Samuel Udoetuk Wills, has started giving the police details of the crime. She further noted that she intends to visit and interact with him soon.

The minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, Cynthia Mamle Morrison, has stated that the three missing Sekondi-Takoradi girls are still alive. According to, Morrison added that the suspect, Samuel Udoetuk Wills, has begun to volunteer information to the police. She went on to say that she intends to visit and interact with him himself, so that she learns first hand other details concerning the case.

Top party executive drops hot details The minister made this known when she visited the community and the families of the victims to assure them of the government’s commitment to find the three missing girls alive, and reunite them with their families. She however cautioned the public against panic, speculation and vain suspicions, saying they should keep hope alive.

As a mother, she went on, she empathised with the pain of the families, as it was very traumatising. Morrison said even though Ghanaians are known for their hospitality to strangers, the public should be careful about who and how they approached people engaging them for the first time.

Do you have a news item that should be featured on My News Ghana? 

Please send to [email protected]. For advertisement enquiries, partnerships, complaints etc. please call +233 0545064096


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here