Woman’s body found suspected to be missing Ghanaian UNICEF worker

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By Lorlornyofm June 1, 2017 05:34

Woman’s body found suspected to be missing Ghanaian UNICEF worker

The decomposing body of a woman found in on Cape Town’s Table Mountain is suspected to be that of Charlotte Nana Yaa Nikoi.

Charlotte Nana Yaa Nikoi went missing in South Africa while she was exploring the city’s iconic landmark in March 2017.

The authorities in South Africa are now conducting an autopsy to confirm the identity of the body which was found on Tuesday. According to Eyewitness News, a news organisation in South Africa, the body was found that “the section around the starting point of the Platteklip Gorge hiking trail [has been] cordoned off as detectives combed the scene.”

Earlier in the month, President Jacob Zuma appealed to his countrymen for information

She went missing in South Africa while she was exploring the city’s iconic landmark in March 2017. Nikoi, who is a director at the United Nations Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF), has been missing since March 2017 and had initially gone to South Africa to celebrate her wedding anniversary.

A comprehensive search has already been conducted over the area on the ground and from the air.

Source: Graphic.com.gh

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By Lorlornyofm June 1, 2017 05:34
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