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Nigerian Man Accused Of Kidnapping 3 Girls In Ghana Brutally Attacked In Court

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By My Joy Online

Nigerian Man Accused Of Kidnapping 3 Girls In Ghana Brutally Attacked In Court

The Nigerian suspect in the kidnapping of three girls in the Western region of Ghana, has been assaulted in court. Samuel Udoetuk Wills was harassed and beaten inside the Takoradi Magistrate court in Ghana and even more, while exiting the court.

In an attempt to free himself from the angry residents, he abandoned his sandals in court.

The bare-footed suspect entered the police vehicle panicky and fearful, Joy News’ Western Regional correspondent, Inna-Thali Quansah, reported Monday.

This is the fifth court hearing into the protracted saga of the three missing girls whose kidnapping was allegedly masterminded by the Nigerian, Samuel Udoetuk Wills.

The court room was full as residents flocked to the storey-building housing the court. A room that could hold not more than 60 was packed, others stood along the staircase and around the court building.

The tension was palpable, the reporter said. Before the His Worship, Michael Ampadu would appear to start proceedings, Udoetuk was attacked.

Mother of Ruth Quayeson, whose daughter went missing on December 4, 2018, rushed to confront the suspect, hurling insults and demanding her ward.

This was the first time Ruth’s mother appeared in court since proceedings began.

Father of Priscilla Bentum who went missing on August 12, 2018 followed up behind the suspect and knocked him on the head.

According to the reporter, the suspect looked calm, hang his head before proceedings and spotted a reddish left eye.

The court heard, Samuel Udoetuk Wills led the police to arrest a suspect named Koda in the Eastern region.

According to Udoetuk Wills, this suspect is key to finding Kwesi, another suspect which the Magistrate, during the last sitting on February 18, had asked the police to produce in court.

The court adjourned to April 4, to continue the attention-grabbing trial of kidnapping that has shaken the nation.

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  1. iron bar

    March 4, 2019 at 7:12 PM

    crime doesnt pay but Ghana has been violent and always trying to get rid of naija people out by all means..just like it playing out in south africa..let them do their job but do not witch hunt foreigners just to prove a point.

    • Joana

      March 7, 2019 at 10:37 AM

      Iron Bar – for the very first time, i am disappointed in you. You mean we should treat this guy like a king? wait till your child is kidnapped and you will see how it feels.

  2. Jilo

    March 5, 2019 at 7:02 PM

    This guy thinks he is in Nigeria where he can get away with kidnapping. Ghana has its law and they will sure apportion judgement according to their constitution. This guy is so stupid by going to foreign country to practice lawlessness. You rather commit suicide because angry family members are ready to tear you apart. Oloshi.

  3. Fifelomo

    March 6, 2019 at 12:50 AM

    Good for you, what you will do in Nigeria and go Scot free because you have Godfather, never try it else where.

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