The main suspect in the Takoradi kidnapping case, Samuel Odoutuk Wills has been named in another human trafficking case at an Accra High court.
The Nigerian who is currently serving a jail term at the Sekondi prisons and two others have been charged for conspiracy to traffic and trafficking one, Patience Motey.
The other two accomplices were named as Robert Nana Kwame Hayford alias fire and one Nii Oblitey Komi, a fisherman resident of Bukom alias Atiridii who was also linked to the death of two policemen who were shot at Kasoa but was later discharged.
The court was informed that, the accused persons and three others, Chief Bello, Clara Akisi, Budu who are currently at large exploited the victim sexually for financial gains and as a result the woman became pregnant and has given birth to twins.
The victim, (Patience Motey) resident of Ashalaja, a suburb of Accra was lured by Robert Nana Kwame in the month of July 2016 at Mallam to Tema, where Budu and Nii Oblitey transported her in a pick up to the house of Chief Bello.
In the house, Chief Bello offered her to men for sex and collected the proceeds.
When she refused, Samuel Odoutuk Wills was made to rape her as punishment.
Prosecution said sexual attacks between the victim and Budu made her gain favour from Budu.
One time when she managed to escape from the house where she was confined and sought medical help, it was revealed that she was pregnant and subsequently gave birth to the set of twins.
The plea of the accused persons was not taken but have been remanded into Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) and told to reappear before the court presided over by Justice George Buadi on the 5th of November, 2019.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonlinegh.com | Maame Efua Duker