Ghanaians on social media has reacted to sad news related by Caleb Kudah one of Citi FM's journalist on his page of how a police officer was seen pointing his gun at protesting citizens in the country.
A protest broke out today which was carried out by Ejura youths in Ashanti region, a clash was also recorded between security forces and the protesting youth activists.
This led to Caleb Kudah to share the sad photo of the police officer pointing his gun towards protesting youths.
Caleb said that we have seen various trained military officers talking to people about the importance of wearing nose mask and the rest and the dangers of illegal mining and why we shouldn't practice it.
See Reactions from Ghanaians on His Page;
But then today, we have seen a man in uniform bending on a knee while aiming and also firing at youth for expressing their anger over the gruelsome manner in which one of their own was killed. It was reported that two died in the clash today and it's indeed a sad news.
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