The youth of Ejura has once again spoken about the military presence in their community, the military made their way into Ejura after the police service called in for more men. This according to the MCE was because the police were attacked by the youth, the military presence made the youth angry and started to throw stones and other stuffs to the military and police. As we speak to you now, the police commander in Ejura has promised to restore peace in his community so as the information minister today called on the police, military and citizens in the community to ensure peace.
The youth have spoken and it seems that the Military needs to hear this, "The Military is testing our patients pull them out, before we strike" this was a comment made by the youth in Ejura. We the youth of Ejura are here for peace, we need the government to seek justice for the death of our colleagues. This seems to be the only thing the youth of Ejura are seeking the government to do. The military and police presence according to intelligence is their, to bring an end to this, inorder for peace to prevail in the locality of Ejura. The police service has promised to bring peace and that is what Ghanaian's seems to be in a serious need off.
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