Protest have been held over the years in the country for various reasons but where it disrupts the peace of the country, police or the armed forces are deployed to restore sanity
There has however been another chaos situation in the Ashanti Region that hass shocked lots of people.Per the report from Angel News, 3 people died with 6 injured after soldiers intervened in the Odwira protest
The report further detailed that angry youth who gathered in the heart of the area began to burn car tyres and voice out their frustrations over the death of their 45 year old colleague Mohamed Kaka.They also blocked the roads to prevent cars from moving freely from one place to the other.The report also added the armed forces were alerted and in no time they were at the scene of the protests
Efforts to help curb and cool tempers resulted in heated clashes with the people.They fired warning shots to disperse the angry crowd yet some were unfortunate to die from the stray bullets.
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