"The parents of both young women have been in contact with their daughters and at this time wish to express their extreme gratitude to the Ghanaian police, the Ghanaian government and the Canadian government".
The women aged 19 and 20 have not been named but Ghana's minister of information Kojo Oppong Nkrumah said additional details of their rescue would be released later Wednesday.
A signed statement from the Ghanaian Ministry of Information Confirming the rescue.
"Gunshots were fired from within the premises".
"Gunshots were fired from within the premises and it took about 25 minutes to complete this operation".
According to reports, two suspects are now in police custody in connection with the kidnap incident.
"Credible and actionable intelligence" led to the arrest of Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo, police said in a statement posted on Twitter, without specifying which kidnappings he was allegedly linked to.
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Local media said the mastermind behind the attack was arrested in Togo a week ago. One of the suspects sustained minor injuries during the operation, he revealed.
The official added that the victims had been flown to Accra and were undergoing necessary evaluations following their traumatic experience.
It is on record and of no hidden fact that, the Canadian experts did not have any hand or whatsoever in the successful rescue mission initiated by the Ghana National Security in collaboration with the BNI.
In partnership with the Canada Ghana Chamber of Commerce, the Commission, led by its chief executive, Egbert Faibille Jr, is leading over 20 Ghanaian companies to explore opportunities and secure partnerships with worldwide counterparts to make a strong case for participants in the Global Positioning System to consider Ghana as the ultimate destination for upstream petroleum activities.
An increasing trend of kidnappings in Ghana has left citizens anxious and security agencies on high alert.
"On this note, I would like to entreat John Dumelo to use his ill gotten NDC money to fund and accommodate the canadian security experts to investigate how they (NDC) stole cars and misappropriated state funds which were meant to reshape the country".