A suspected Nigerian kidnapper in Takoradi, Ghana, Samuel Udeoutuk-Willis, according to a resident in the town where he resides, is always holding a Bible.
This made residents believed he was a man of God and no one suspected him to be involved in such heinous crime.
Last Friday, news broke out that the three missing girls have been found but not alive after their lifeless bodies were retrieved in a manhole in Kansaworodo in the Western Region.
Samuel Udeoutuk-Willis had led the police to where the bodies of the girls who have been missing to close to a year were found.
Some residents of Kansaworodo expressed shock after the bodies were discovered in their town and what surprised them more was that the suspect was very known in the town, GHPage reports.
According to one resident identified as David Akwerte in an interview has revealed that he knew the suspect very well because of his religious nature and had met him on some occasions.
“I always see the suspected kidnapper holding a bible; at a point, I thought he was a pastor”
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The Ghana Police have however indicated that they have retrieved some bodies from Kansaworodo but can’t confirm if truly those are the bodies of the missing Tardi girls until forensic tests are carried out.