Udeotuk Wills, who is under police custody has finally spoken for the first time since he was arrested and has given some words of assurance that the three kidnapped girls are alive and safe, according to the Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Mrs Cynthia Morrison, who visited families of the the three kidnaped girls on Sunday 27th January, 2019.
According to her, the Director General of CID, DCOP Maame Tiwaa Addo-Danquah briefed her about the assurance given them by the suspect of the girls being alive.
“I’m happy the culprit has started talking. That is what I wanted because I didn’t believe he will not talk. From here I’m going to see him and talk to him and see where we can get to”, she said.
“He [Udoetuk] said they are still alive. So lets us take it from there. We should not speculate. We should hold on to what he said”, Mrs Morrison emphasized.