Some national executives of opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have stormed Ejura to visit families of the deceased and injured protesters.

According to the delegation, the NDC condemns in no uncertain terms the killing of Kaaka, a social media activist who has been using the power of social media to champion change and development in the Ejura community.

The NDC delegation that went to Ejura to sympathize with families of victims of the unfortunate events that unfolded in the town some days ago comprises, the National Organiser, Joshua Hamidu Akamba, Communication Officer, Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi, National Women Organizer, Dr. Hanna Louisa Bisiw, National Youth Organizer, George Opare, Deputy General Secretary, Peter Boamah Otokunor, Elvis Afriyie Ankrah, Mr. Haruna Rashied, Kobby Barlon, Ruth Dela Sedoh, Edem Agbana and many othe big wigs of the party.

They demanded the immediate prosecution of persons who have been arrested and all the other assailants of “Kaaka” who are known associates of the MCE for Ejura, Mohammed Salisu Bamba. According to them, Kaaka was ambushed and killed by persons believed to be bodyguards of the Municipal Chief Executve for Ejura, who accused him of making the Akufo-Addo/Bawumia government unpopular.

According to them, the Municipal Police Commander must be interdicted for his inability to play the role he has been assigned to.

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They further demanded that the Municipal Chief Executive of the area must be dismissed from office because of claims that he was the one who sanctioned the deployment of armed Military and Police personnel who shot into the crowd of peaceful protestors and murdered the two young men in cold blood.

According to Sammy Gyamfi, the government must ensure the interdiction, arrest and prosecution of the military and police officers who were deployed on the day, especially those caught on camera squatting and shooting directly into the crowd of protesters.

The families of the Abdul Nasir and Muntala, continue to mourn as they express their disappointment over the developments that took away their sons from them.

According to them, the government must do everything possible to punish those who are responsible for the events that took place at Ejura three days ago.


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