Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has relayed government’s sentiments about events that have ensued in Ejura in the Ashanti Region involving the suspected murder of a social activist Mohammed Kaaka and the subsequent deaths of 2 others.
He described the situation as unfortunate and condemnable.
The Ofoase Ayirebi lawmaker described the action as a crime and urged the security establishment to conduct swift investigations into the murder
He also called for a thorough investigation into the crowd control protocol employed at the scene of the riot in Ejura on June 29 to ascertain a clear sequence of the events of the day that lead to 2 deaths and several injuries.
He has advised politicians to desist from profiteering of the tragedy.
“Our security agencies should be quick and clinical in getting to the bottom of the of this and other unresolved crimes .
“While we understand that Police investigations sometimes take a while it doesn’t not instill confidence in the population if such acts go unresolved and unpunished quickly. So the Police need to get to the bottom of this and justice must be done.”
By Nancy Vukanea|3news.com|Ghana