Families of the three females kidnapped in Sekondi Takoradi say they have resorted to fasting and prayers for God’s intervention.
Hundreds of residents thronged the dark streets holding candles and lamps and prayed sporadically to seek the face of God in the issue.
The unprecedented vigil started with a walk of Prayer through the principal streets of Takoradi specifically the market circle after which they returned to the starting points, the Jubilee Park.
At the park, Pastors led rounds of intercessory prayers for the kidnapped girls, and their families asking God to strengthen them wherever they may be.
The Western Region Police Command together with other partners are still investigating the whereabouts of the three kidnapped girls.
The first kidnapping happened in August, 2018 and even though the prime suspect is in the grips of the Police he is yet to show the whereabouts of the girls.
There has been a public outcry for the police to expedite investigations to get to the bottom of the case.
In the meantime, the families also say they are seeking the face of God for divine intervention.
Nana Adjoa, sister to Richlove Quayson who has been kidnapped, told Journalists that they just finished a 14 day fasting and prayer program.
“We just ended our 14-day fasting and prayer yesterday and we hope that God has heard us. We are positive that by the close of this week everything will be okay”.
The Police have announced they are receiving international assistance in the investigations to locate the girls. – Ohene Gyan