Ghana Gov’t Condemns Ejura Violence; Calls For Investigation Into Deaths

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Government has denounced the occurrences of viciousness that killed three people and prompted 3 people supporting different levels of injury after a young dissent in Ejura in the Ashanti Region of Ghana yesterday.

The young dissent was after Ibrahim Mohammed, an inhabitant of Ejura was assaulted by obscure people last Friday and hence kicked the bucket on Monday.

Tending to columnists in Accra on Wednesday, June 30, 2021, Minister for Information denounced the demonstration of brutality and approached the security organizations to quickly convey examinations on the matter.

The Minister said: “our security organizations ought to be speedy and clinical in making quick work of this and other unsettled comes. While we comprehend that police examinations at times take some time, it doesn’t impart trust in the populace if such demonstrations go unsettled and unpunished. So the police need to make quick work of this, and equity should be finished.

“A solid examination likewise should be led into the group revolting and swarm control occurrences of 29th June. This will carry clearness to the arrangement of occasions and guarantee that if any people acted improperly, those people are rebuffed,” he added.

Saaka, 45, was purportedly assaulted by some obscure individuals in Ejura last Friday. He kicked the bucket on Monday evening, June 28, 2021 at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi where he was getting treatment.