Recommendations from Ejura Committee on Kaka Mohammed's death and shootings that went on at Ejura has shocked a lot of Ghanaians who keeps asking a lot of questions about those who shot gun at the scene monitored but not punished severely.
Kevin Taylor on his with all due respect on loud silence TV today told the public that he is very angry at Ejura Committee for saying that they should compensate families who were affected at Ejura.
According to Kevin Taylor, why did the committee left behind those who shot guns and killed people aside and try to use money to cover crime?
Kevin Taylor angrily questioned that who is the committee giving the money to when those who will be compensated have died? He said the committee should asked them that if those who died at Ejura could be their children, would they be making such recommendations ?
He ask again that why are they transferring the police officer in charge of Ejura brouhaha? According to him, the police officer could have been sacked as far as the committee stated that his "incompetence" on the issue has damaged the community with no repair.
Kevin Taylor explained that the police officer may repeat what he did at Ejura at the place where he may be transferred to because he has been left off the hook.
"You did not come out with better recommendations. The committee could have put themselves into the shoes of the poor and the needy and knows how it feels. Who are they compensating? The one you're compensating is already dead. The bread winner of a certain family is gone but you are hiding the truth and replacing it with money. The police officer could have been sacked not transferred. You could have punished those soldiers and the minister who said he ordered them" he said on the show.
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