Ghanaians are still anxiously waiting for the government to publish the report of the findings of the 3-member committee sanctioned to investigate the events that led to the death of Kaaka and the ensuing protest that killed and injured people. The Committee has already finished their report and handed over the report to the government.
In an interview yesterday with TV3’s Komla Klutse, Vladimir Antwi Danso, a security analyst and Dean of the Armed Forces Command questioned why John Mahama could comment about the Ejura incident without first waiting for the committee’s report. He noted that John Mahama was not privy to the report and so had no right to ask for compensation for the victims of the protest
“Ex-President John Dramani Mahama should have been privy to the report before he opened his mouth. We didn’t give him a report because he didn’t send us” Vladimir said.
Apparently, this didn’t go well with Captain Smart who blasted Vladimir this morning, Thursday, September 16, 2021 on Onua Maakye. According to Captain Smart, every citizen has the right to comment on any issue affecting the country. He explained that with the caliber of John Mahama as an ex-president, Vladimir should have been cautious with his words and not spoken like he did. He called on Vladimir to apologize to John Mahama for those comments because times change.
“Apologize to him. He is a citizen of Ghana and an ex-president. So he didn’t send you so he shouldn’t comment?” Captain Smart queried
Use the link below to watch the interview of TV3 reporter and Vladimir Antwi
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