The death of Kaaka at Ejura has called for thorough investigation into what actually killed him, of which there had been so many rumours. A team called the Justice Koomson Committee has been the committee that had been carrying out the investigation about the deceased soul. Koomson's report is out and early today (4th Oct 2021) a press conference held between the committee and the family of Kaaka wasn't a happy one for the family.
The spokesperson for Kaaka"s family, Mr Abdul Nafiu Mohammed and the entire family of Kaaka expressed their bitterness and disappointment in the final conclusion made by the Committee that their brother's death was a family related issue. According to him the committee only relied on the testimony of one individual, Mr Mohammed, (an individual who has previously repeated some of their discredit statement on facebook) whom they sought behind closed doors "They are not fighting for the justice of the people" said Nafiu.
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