Spokesperson for the families of the four girls who have been kidnapped in Takoradi, Michael Grant Hayford has expressed his doubts about the human remains that was retrieved by the Ghana Police Service at the premises of prime suspect Samuel Udeotuk Mills.

Speaking in an interview on Accra based Neat Fm monitored by ghanaguardian.com, the mouthpiece of the family claims that even the places where the Police retrieved the bodies at Kanasaworodo a suburb of Takoradi used to be a cemetery and so it no news if remains of humans are retrieved there.

According to him that whole neighbourhood at Kansaworodo used to be a grave yard before it was leveled for the construction of roads in the area.

According to him the girls cannot be captured in about 7 months time and then find their bones so soon after they went missing casting doubts about the remains that was retrieved by the Police on Friday 2nd August,2019.

The Acting Inspector-General of Police (IGP), James Oppong-Boanuh, yesterday visited families of the four missing girls in Takoradi in the Western region

The development comes at a time the families are preparing to offer blood samples to the investigative team validating the authenticity or otherwise of the bodies discovered in recent times.