According to David Agbe the Executive Director of the Institute for Governance and Security, the main cause of military attacks in Ghana started from the day the military men were allowed to enter the parliament house.
He claims the military men are not supposed to enter the parliament house unless they want to impeach the current government but the one in charge of the situation allowed them in.
He said it has given them the power to do what they want in the country, speaking to on Critical Issues, he made it clear that since then there has been many issues caused including Ejura killings and Wa brutality and so on.
He claims the military men in Ghana should be controlled efficiently by the commander in chief of the Ghana Armed Forces, who happens to be the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo.
In conclusion, David Agbe says the cause of all the issues concerning military attacks was caused when they were allowed to enter the parliament.
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