Yesterday was another bad day for Ghana after a military officer was attacked by civilians and almost beaten to death. This same incident reminds Ghanaians about the incident that happened at Denkyira Obuasi after a military officer called Captain Maxwell Mahama was mistakenly beaten to death as an armed thief.
This incident sparked a lot of confusion in the country talking about instant justice and it is the same thing that happened at Sunyani yesterday.
According to Angel FM who followed the news yesterday up till today has confirmed three of the civilians who assaulted the military officer at Sunyani have been arrested. It is a piece of good news to the Nation because we can’t afford to allow this useless behavior in the country or allowed civilians to take the law into their hands and does what satisfies them. Please don’t forget to follow me as I bring you the intriguing details.
According to the information from Angel FM those civilians deal in drugs and the military officers went there to arrest them which resulted in this co-incident. The military officer is recovering, though he was saved by the people if not we will hear good news.
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