The defense minister will be dragged to parliament to answer questions about the military killing of two Ejura residents in the Ashanti area following the death of social activist Ibrahim Mohammed.
Bawa Braima Mohammed sent a notification to the parliament to resolve the urgent issue of revoking the relevant powers. In an interview with Citi News, the MP explained the reasons for the planned action. “The citizens came from the cemetery, protested because of the pain of losing kaaka, and were unarmed.
The police and military are obliged to suppress protests in various ways, even with the use of weapons. Firing live bullets at the audience means that the soldiers did it on purpose.
He insisted that this topic not be swept under the rug. “As a member of the parliamentary committee on defense and interior, I would like to ask the chairman of the committee to invite the defence minister to the committee, as well as to parliament. I think this issue has attracted a lot of attention and people are unhappy because today it might be me, and tomorrow it might be you. "
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