The Junior High School (JHS) student, age 16, who was abducted in Kasoa, in the Central Region, has described her harrowing ordeal at the hands of her captors.
In an interview with Dwaso Nsem Thursday for Adom FM’s morning broadcast, Ama [pseudo name] said that she was being taken by unidentified males on her way to school on that same Tuesday morning.
“I pulled over a cab, and the two men inside urged me to seat up front. During the trip, one of them put a cloth over my mouth, and I passed out, she recalled.
Ama said that she and the other victims woke up in an incomplete structure and screamed for assistance.
She described how one of the captors “struck my head and I became unconscious again, but I felt he drew my blood with syringe.”
Ama said that a Good Samaritan unexpectedly showed up in the unfinished structure and volunteered to assist her in escaping.
“The man requested that I remain silent so as not to notify the captors so that he might free me. The man came to save me and the others in the home on Wednesday morning when the others walked outside, she recalled.
After spending two days with her captors, the young woman said she was having trouble recovering.
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