The minority side in Parliament has responded to the brutalities imposed on some residents in Wa by military men over a missing phone which belongs to one of the military men. The minority responding to this has requested the Defence and Interior Committee of Parliament to probe into the issue and find out what's behind the scene.
The caucus noted that they are not ready to accept how the country is turning into. Haruna Iddrisu noted that it's very shameful to see people in a National uniform brutalizing people with no tangible reason. He there urged the speaker to order the Defence and Interior Committee to get deep into the matter even if it requires visiting the place.
"We will not accept a state of lawlessness led by men in uniform. I am urging you [Speaker of Parliament] to request your committee on Defence and Interior to act expeditiously if it means visiting Wa. I am asking the Committee to take up this matter because we risk cracking the civil-military relations that remain fundamental for our country’s peace and security". He noted this when he was addressing the speaker today in Parliament
The Firstst Deputy Speaker, Hon Joe Osei Owusu further requested the Committee to do as the minority is saying. The Defence Minister also condemned the act of the military men.
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