The families of the four kidnapped Takoradi girls have finally been allowed to see the remains of the girls today at the Police Headquarters.
The families members, about 20 of them, were transported to Accra by the police to meet the Inspector General of Police.
Some family member told Citi FM earlier that they had come to Accra to receive the remains of their relatives to carry their own test and give them a befitting burial.
However, their anger was triggered immediately after been shown the skeletons and they stormed out of the room issuing invective targeted at the police.
"18 years, 17 years when you see a skeleton you can see that this one it looks a bit younger and stuff but there was a woman hair and it doesn't show that it belongs to Ruthlove Quarson."
“We are not educated but we have sense,” a man said in Fante language, “the skeletons are more than four years”.
He stated, rather furiously, that the police can keep the skeletal remains, rejecting police claims that they belong to the missing girls.
Other requests for the removal of the CID boss and independent DNA test were not granted.