You will be amazed to know that ever since the phenomenon of kidnapping has reared its ugly head in Ghana in 2018 and continue to wreak havoc, many Ghaianains have felt the shivers down their spines but unfortunately not everyone believe the stories.Shockingly, not even the disappearance of the 3 T’aadi girls including the attacks and abduction of some foreign nationals in the country in recent times could cast away their doubts.
Well for those of you out there who are still living in doubt about the effects of the kidnapping phenomenon happening in Ghana, a 22-year-old SHS graduate who recently escaped from the hands her abductors have been sharing her harrowing story to make you believe.Linda Owusuwaa Danso is a resident of Anyaa-Palas Town, a suburb of Accra who graduated from the Senior High School (SHS) last year but due to weak pass in the Mathematics subject couldn’t get enrolled into school but currently undergoing remedials class to better her grades to guarantee her entry into the University.
According to Linda, she met her ‘waterloo’ one fateful morning; somewhere in May 2019 while on her way to lectures.
Since her stay in the car, she observed one strange event leading to another all in just a spate of five minutes, then came the unthinkable one when she heard the driver called on her to help him push a black polythene rubber bag which contains a unknown substance into the carrier compartment of his car to prevent it from falling down.
“It dawned on me that I’m in a big trouble and if care is not taken ill never get to see my parents again. Then all of a sudden I reached out to the door knob and pull it open by force. I was lucky it wasn’t locked up and I began to yell for help”.
Source:Joseph Kobla Wemakor|Human Rights Reporters Ghana