The Daily Graphic welcomes the deployment of teams of investigators to assist the Ghana Police Service to solve kidnapping cases in the country. The paper believes, nothing may change in the status of the missing girls from Takoradi, if the public does not help the investigators with the right information. It says to solve crimes such as murder and kidnapping, police investigators need the full cooperation of all, especially those close to the victims. The Graphic says no matter the number of crack investigators who offer to help from around the world, and the commitment that the police show in solving cases, finding the three girls may end up a wasted effort. The paper urges all close relations and friends of the kidnapped girls to volunteer every information they can garner to help solve the mystery of their disappearance without further delay.
Ghanaian Times advises parents to be cautious of the unnecessary burden they put on children by allowing them to carry bags that weigh more than five kilograms, at their back. According to experts, those who do not weigh 50 kilograms, and carry heavy loads risk developing deformities later in their lives. The Paper calls on parents to be vigilant at all times and school authorities to provide safety lockers for their pupils to keep their school books that they do not require at home. This will help prevent the looming health hazard associated with children carrying heavy bags at their back to school.