‘I lied, faked everything’- Takoradi ‘pregnant’ woman shocks
The lady at the focal point of the Takoradi pregnancy and kidnapping controversy, Josephine Panyin Mensah, as indicated by the police, has admitted to having faked all that she took the nation through in the past few days creating fear and panic.
“The suspect, Josephine Panyin Mensah, 28, has admitted to the police during additional examinations and expressed that neither was she pregnant nor at any point been grabbed by kidnappers. The public will be refreshed with additional subtleties”, the police said on Facebook.
Prior, the Ghana Police Service had said a subsequent test directed on Josephine demonstrated she was rarely pregnant.
As per the police, the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital test result, was the same as the previous one done at the Axim Government Hospital.
The Acting Director-General of the Public Affairs Department of the Ghana Police Service, ACP Kwesi Ofori, told the media that the clinical staff “have offered articulations to the police that they distance themselves from any sort of antenatal or any pregnancy examination, as asserted by Josephine Mensah”.
“What they said was that the last time she visited the emergency clinic was October 2020, where she accompanied a sickness issue, which the emergency clinic didn’t unveil, yet they went further to say that it had nothing to with pregnancy or antenatal consideration and the board”, ACP Ofori said.
“Allow me likewise to stress that the police are in no situation to produce lie or inclinations against this youngster and nothing prevents the police from looking for a third assessment in the pinnacle medical clinic – that is the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.”
On Thursday, 23 September 2021, a few neighbors and co-occupants of Josephine’s invoked curses on the Ghana Police Service and the Western Regional Minister for questioning the 28-year-elderly person’s pregnancy and blaming her for faking her supposed kidnapping.
They swarmed the roads of Takoradi Columbia in the victim currently turned-suspect’s area to pour drink and break eggs to hex the police and cynics.
A portion of her neighbours and co-occupants said they saw her vigorously pregnant.
Josephine disappeared on 16 September and was found at Axim a couple of days after the fact without her obvious full-term pregnancy.
She asserts she was hijacked and conveyed while in the authority of her criminals.
Both the Western Regional Minister and the police have questioned the case and blamed her for faking everything.
The police, in an assertion, declared the capture of three people suspected to have schemed with the lost-however discovered lady over her vanishing and claimed pregnancy.
The police noticed that for various years, the provincial order has recorded a few bogus seizing cases in which individuals schemed to make “self-abducting” occurrences to bring in cash out of payments.
The police additionally noticed that clinical specialists have inferred that Mrs Mensah was rarely pregnant.
As indicated by the law implementation organization, Mrs Mensah, during her cross examination, referenced the European Hospital in Takoradi as the emergency clinic for her antenatal surveys and appraisal however clinical records at the office recommend that she visited the medical clinic without pregnancy some place in October last year.
In the mean time, the group of Mrs Mensah are asking the Western Regional Minister, Mr Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah, to withdraw and apologize for asserting their relative distorted her pregnancy and affirmed capturing.
The family demand she was pregnant at the hour of her kidnapping.
Source: africaneditors.com/African Editors
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