Former President and Flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2020 elections, John Dramani Mahama, has expressed worries over the rising state of insecurity in the country which has led to the loss of many human lives.
The Former President was at Ho, the Volta Regional Capital on Saturday June 3, to open a three-day retreat for Communications Officers and members of the Communications Team of the NDC.
Decrying the recent state of increase in gun violence and murders in the country, President Mahama expressed his condolences to the families of Kaaka and two others who were killed in Ejura.
The Former President further indicated that the rising tension and general state of insecurity engulfing the country are reflective of the leader himself [Akufo-Addo].
He noted that the situation the country has been placed in is very “unfortunate.”
His comments follow recent developments at Ejura, where a mob attacked and killed a social media activist popularly known as Kaaka, and the manner in which soldiers clashed with unarmed demonstrators at the same town which led to the death of 2 youths.