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Police Make ‘Wild U-Turn’ As KNUST Lecturer Is Remanded For The Disappearance Of His Wife




The Ghana Police have beaten a retreat in the case of the missing staff of Lands Commission, Kumasi, Rhodaline Amoah-Darko after officially charging her husband, a lecturer of the KNUST for being behind his wife’s disappearance.

Husband of the missing lady, Dr. Wilberforce Aggrey has been put before the Asokwa District Court in Kumasi and has been accused of kidnapping.




He has provisionally been charged with kidnapping and has been remanded in police custody.

He is expected to re-appear in court on November 25, 2021.

Investigations by the police are still ongoing to determine the whereabouts of Rhodaline, who went missing on August 30, 2021.



Few weeks ago, it was reported by some bloggers and TV show hosts that Rhodaline’s husband was behind her strange disappearance, however, the Police issued an official communication to dispel those reports.

The Police, though referred the husband of the missing lady for psychiatric assessment, claiming that some of his responses were incoherent.

However, after further investigations, the Police is now claiming that their investigations have so far revealed a linkage of mobile phone communications to implicate the husband, who is a lecturer at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi.

Communication from her mobile phone allegedly from suspected kidnappers demanding a ransom emanated from a location (cell tower) close to her residence.



A police prosecutor on Friday told the court that the husband in reporting the case said Rhodaline had been kidnapped from their home and he could not find her.

From the police, per their investigations, the messages from Rhodaline’s phone to the husband’s phone, and later from the husband’s phone to other relatives all emanated from a location (cell tower) near their residence.

Based on that, the husband was invited for interrogation.




According to the prosecutor, Aggrey admitted that he sent those messages from Rhodaline’s phone because he was threatened that if he did not do that, his family will be harmed.

He indicated to the police, according to the prosecutor, that he had to send his wife to a place closer to the Volta Lake to ensure that she was safe.

The police said he has since not been able to tell them the location of Rhodaline and that investigations are still ongoing.

He has also not been able to tell where Rhodaline’s phone is as of now.




Source: GhanaFeed.Com


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