Yesterday afternoon, it was reported by TV3 Ghana that a fix the country campaigner called Ibrahim Anyass Mohammed popularly known as Macho Kaaka on Facebook has been reported dead after a mob attacked him leaving him with multiple fractures on the skull. His family members even alleged that he was killed by the bodyguards of the MCE of Ejura Sekyeredumasi.
Yesterday, Efia Odo who is an actress and an advocate for the fix the country movement reacted to the death of her fellow campaigner. She came on her Facebook page in a live video and she said that currently she is scared to even go out of her house. And it is because she is afraid someone is waiting somewhere to murder her also.
Efia Odo also said that she doesn’t understand what will make people kill their fellow human just to please a political party.
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