Speaking to Afia Pokua today on Critical Issues, he made it clear that he would have sacked the Ashanti Regional Minister if he was the President.
He claims the Ashanti Regional Minister shouldn't have ordered the Military Men to Ejura during the protest.
He said the Minister should have asked expert in security issues before inviting the military to get involved in that issue. He further stated that the Minister should have sent a paper document which should be verified before chosing the approach he used.
He said: "I would have sacked Ashanti Regional Minister if I were to be the President"
He claims that the military could have used other alternatives to stop the demonstrators like tear gas, rubber bullets and others but not a live bullet.
He ended by saying he is hoping for the committee established due to the Ejura killings to bring out a successful result, and also pleading to the President of Ghana to sack the Minister.
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