The Municipal Chief Executive for the Ejura-Sekyedumase Municipal Assembly, Mohammed Salisu Bamba, facing the committee set up to probe the Ejura incident, said that some faceless individuals tried to use the death of Kaaka for their interest.
According to him, some interviews he has listened to points to the fact that the youth and the community at Ejura were polarized against the police and the political heads before the 29th of June 2021.
He revealed that what he can say as a resident of Ejura is that some faceless individuals were trying to use the death of Kaaka for their interest. So, looking at the circumstances he believes the environment was polarized by some people.
He added that the event of the 29th June 2021 that led to the death of the two individuals and others getting injured cannot be looked at as isolation because everything is linked.
He also said that he has not received any official information from the police with regards to the fact that the incident that happened at Ejura is about this or that.
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