A young Ghanaian woman named Judith Naa Ocanteye-Jackson has taken to social media to post photos of the shooting incident that led to her father's murder on June 29, 2021 because she has evidence of the murder of four boys by police hooligans.
They shot and killed the father because he had video evidence on his cell phone of the police killing of four civilians four months ago.
There is a misunderstanding between land disputes according to Twitter's official information on crime in Ghana. On April 27, 2021, unidentified gunmen in a police vehicle attacked and killed four civilians while wounding others in the Nsawam Adoagyiri constituency in the east over a land dispute.
According to Naa Okanteye-Jackson, the case was reported to constituent MP Nsawam Adoagyiri, honorary member Frank Annor Dompreh, who is also the main representative of the majority.
But a deliberate attempt was made to prevent the case from being published in the media, so they took his father's apartment and shot him several times.
He added that the country is now dissatisfied and very dangerous.
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