Based on pictures from sources that we cannot independently verify. Ejura is in a big confusion following the crucifixion of FixTheCountry lamb by some thugs.
The thugs who were believed to behind the murder of Ibrahim Anyass are still walking free.
Following the inaction and lack of political will to arrest and bring these thugs to book the youth in the area have organized massive protests disregarding COVID19 protocols.
The pictures that we have been able to deduce show a big smoke arising from the burning of tires on the street of Ejura.
We are following the development very closely as we are trying to get a reliable source for confirmation or otherwise.
Meanwhile, government and IGP are yet to speak about the cold-blooded murder of a citizen of Ghana who has chosen to be a citizen and not a spectator until his death.
The criminal injustices going on in the country now amount to an indictment on state institutions for woefully failing to protect the rights of ordinary Ghanaians.
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