Insecurity in the country is growing in which civilians lives in a state of fear and panic. The military force who are there to provide security from external aggression has turn other way round. A viral video on social media on Thursday, July 1, 2021, showed soldiers attacking civilians over alleged stolen phone at Wa in Upper West Region.
This incident comes barely a week after military clashes with protestors at Ejura in the Ashanti Region, leading to the death of two people and many injured. The whole country is in a state of sorrow, thinking how best to identify the perpetrators.
According to report, the Public Relation Officer of the Upper West Regional Coordinating Council, Cletus Awumi was beaten during the clash.
Outspoken and investigative Journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni has bemoaned over military beating anybody who comes their way because a soldier had lost a phone. He called on government and other stakeholders to help and put stop to this impunity. Manasseh made this assertion in his Twitter page.
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