The Managing Director of the State Transport Corporation (STC), Nana Akomea has advised Ghanaians to exercise restraint on the kind of commentaries they run on the work of the ministerial committee on the Ejura killings.
He made this plea during a panel discussion on Metro TV’s “Good morning Ghana” show with host Randy Abbey and co-panelist, Sam Gyata George
The former member of parliament for the Okaikwei South says, it is too early for some section of the public to suggests that the committee was failing in its work. He said, such public commentaries were prejudicial and cast a lot of doubts on the committee’s work on the minds of a lot of people even before their job is completed and a report is presented.
He said; “ the work of the committee regardless of how we see it at the moment is very crucial in unraveling the facts behind the killing of the three (3) gentlemen. They have to listen to everybody no matter how foolish they sound because their testimonies would help the committee to find out what happened. We should not be criticizing them because of the kind of questions they are asking because I believe they know what they are doing. I am not quite surprised about the public commentaries and reactions because with every committee or commissions we have had, there has always been this kind of reactions but we should allow the comittee to do its work”.
The former lawmaker also called on the family of the late Kaaka Macho to rescind their decision to not appear to testify before the committee.
“ I understand what the family is going through at the moment. I know they are hurt by the death of their relative and are going through a lot but they should do well to assist the committee to bring them justice. Their testimonies would be very important to the committee and I urge them to have a second thought of their decision” he reiterated.
He further opined that, members of the committee are competent and on top of the job to do the needful.
Meanwhile, the family is expected to address the media at 12 noon this afternoon in Kumasi.
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