A Picture has revealed that the military officers who went to Ejura to prevent the protestors who are seeking Justice for Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed's murder was shooting directly at the protestors, and it has been seen from afar camera capturing a military man pointing gun at unarmed civilians in picture captured by Joy News Reporters which is trending in the country.
The picture seen exposed a military officer pointing gun directly at people who are Demonstrating and demanding for justice as it has been known that several people have been injured while two confirmed dead. The picture has caught the attention of Ghanaians who are unhappy with the current situation and criticize Government over it on social media and one of them is NDC's Yayra Koku.
Yayra Koku has questioned the military that is that how to give a warning shot after the picture emerges on social media. He stated that this is what happens when Government recruits NPP vigilante members into the security service.
According to his message, no reasonable soldier will turn gun on his fellow citizens who are demanding for justice from the appropriate authorities and indirectly informing Ghanaians that what is currently in Ejura could be NPP vigilante men who are firing the gun shot.
"Is that how to give a warning shot? Just look at the military man. This is what happens when you recruit NPP vigilante members in our security services" he said and display the picture circulating on social media and said "2 civilians confirmed dead and many injured."
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