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Ghanaians vent their anger on Nana Addo on Facebook for keeping mute on the Ejura killings

Some Ghanaians have vent their frustrations on the president for not issuing a statement to condemn the attack on innocent citizens in Ejura.

This angry reactions from Ghanaians on Facebook comes when the president made a post on Facebook about Toyota and Suzuki assembly plant he commissioned yesterday while he has not made any official statement on the killings in Ejura.

It will be recalled that,the president issued an official statement when George Floyd was murdered by a policeman in America and called for justice for him.

Unfortunately,a lot of killings have happened in recent times in Ghana without the president saying nothing about those killings.

During the general elections in 2020, about six people were murdered in cold blood at various locations in Ghana including Techiman South and Odododiodio and no official statement came from the presidency.

So why would the president keep mute on the killings in Ghana but quick to call for justice for someone who lives far away in a foreign land.

A lot of security experts are have spoken about the unfortunate situation that happened in Ejura and have called on the president and other high profile personalities in government who are in charge of the security of the nation to issue an official statement.

The former president John Dramani Mahama issued an official statement yesterday calling on the president to de-escalate the security situation in the Ejura township as early as possible.

He further called for calm and let peace prevail.

See some of the reactions from Ghanaians on Facebook after the president made a post on the launch of the vehicle assembling plant in Tema.

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