Many people in the country are patiently waiting for the outcome of Ejura issue which generated a lot of tension in the country some few weeks ago. The CEO of loud silence radio and TV network Kevin Ekow Taylor has sends a simple message to Government about it.
Kevin Taylor on his with all due respect show today, Thursday, 2nd September 2021 had questioned that why is Government not publishing the report that has been made available to them on Ejura issue? He was not happy with how government have delayed in publishing the report.
According to the investigative journalist, government should made the report known to Ghanaians because the killing of Kaaka Muhammed and other 3 people had generated a lot of attention amongst Ghanaians and have cause massive stir in the country already.
He advised president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo that hiding the report will not help because some people have swear with the Bible and Quran while testifying about what happened at Ejura in the Ashanti region, and they have spoken the truth to Ghanaians which cannot be changed.
After Kevin Taylor advised government to make the Ejura report known to the public, he went ahead to state that the internet has expose government on the issue because majority of Ghanaians have been on the internet to fact check things properly and due to that government cannot "lie" to Ghanaians about the report that will be made public to Ghanaians in the coming weeks.
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