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Shocking! Pregnant Woman And Baby Used For Money Rituals In Takoradi–Photos Break Heart

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Kasatintin.com has gathered fresh information on the pregnant woman who has gone missing in Takoradi since September 16,2021.

Josephine Panyin Mensah, 28 who is due to give birth is believed to have been kidnapped for money rituals ‘Sakawa’.

Josephine’s husband disclosed in a media interview that, his wife who is 9 months pregnant went missing during her routine early morning exercise on September 16.

He claimed that some individuals contacted him demanding for ransom before they can release his wife.

Police assured the family and the general public that they will work around the clock to find Josephine alive when the case got into their hands.

Video: Sakawa boy caught with used sanitary pads and ladies underwear

In the early hours of today, Tuesday, September 21, 2021, it was reported that Josephine Panyin Mensah has been found.

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‘BREAKING! The 28-year-old pregnant woman who was kidnapped in Takoradi has been found. She is currently at the Hospital’, Takoradi-based journalist Nhyiraba Paa Kwesi Simpson said in a post together with photos of the victim.

Another social media post sighted by Kasatintin.com explained how Josephine was allegedly rescued from her hideout in Nzema and escaped being used for sacrifices by ‘juju’ men.

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Let’s commend Ghana Police Service and all volunteers whose valuable contributions led to the rescue of Josephine Panyin Mensah as shown in the photos below.

Photos: Josephine Panyin Mensah after she was rescued
Photo: Josephine Panyin Mensah

SOURCE: Kasatintin.com

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