Founder and leader of the Common Sense Family, Avraham Ben Moshe has mentioned that, the suspected murderers of Kaaka, the young fixthecountry protestor who was killed few weeks agoshould be jailed for the rest of their lives if they are found guilty.
Few hours ago, news reports showed that, the police had arrested some young men who were identified as suspects for the murder of Kaaka. These reports have caused a lot of reactions from Ghanaians and the Common Sense Family boss, Avraham Ben Moshe has come out to share his thoughts.
Speaking in an interview at a radio station earlier today, Avraham said that, the suspects should be imprisoned for the rest of their lives if they prove to be guilty. According to him, the murder of Kaaka is of a major concern to many Ghanaians and people will not be happy if the murderers face a soft punishment.
“I think the police have done a great job for arresting the suspects. I don't think Ghanaians will be happy if the police handles them softly since they have taken the life of an innocent person. For me, I think they should be jailed for the rest of their lives if they turn out to be guilty”, Avraham Ben Moshe clearly stated.
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