More evidence is emerging before the three-member committee on the circumstances leading to the death of Macho Kaaka. Most residents of Ejura have volunteered to testify before the committee and some of them are neighbors of the late Macho Kaaka. Initially, the family of Macho Kaaka declined to testify before the committee but they were later seen around.
The long awaited Ejura Committee’s Report is out. Many had anticipated this for a long time especially considering the heat the whole situation created. It can be recalled that few months ago, Ejura in the Ashanti Region became a hotspot for violence after some angry youth went on a protest which later turned fatal.
The Ejura enquiry Report has been widely publicized in the media and one of the things that has caught the attention of many is the Committee’s finding that the killing of Kaaka was not linked to the unrest in the area. The committee contended that it was rather a family feud that caused the death of Kaaka.
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The vetting of the New Special Prosecutor, Mr. Kissi Agyebeng finally came up yesterday as the panelists of the Parliament Appointment Committee threw diverse questions to assess how truth and loyal he would be in eradicating corruption in the country. Most Ghanaians were disappointed with the way Mr. Kissi Agyebeng answers some questions.
The management of the Ghana National Association of Teachers, GNAT has terminated the appointment of the Birim South District Secretary of the Association. This was contained in a letter dated 18th March, 2022. According to the letter which was addressed to one Mr Sampson K. Adamptey, his appointment was terminated after receiving a Committee Report which looked into an alleged care case of fraud and stealing.
Its getting really exciting with the manner at which the Vetting Committee is ‘pounding’ the President’s nominee of a Special Prosecutor, Kissi Agyebeng with question about how he intend to run his office if approved. More probing issues have been raised to get him confirm if he could ever revisit an assurance by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of fighting corruption without prejudice.
Over the past weeks, the discussion concerning the sudden death of young Ghanaian activist, Kaaka Macho and the final report on the findings of the Committee has been trending. The report has finally attributed his death to a family feud in the Ejura district. The report has received mixed reactions from some section of Ghanaians who believe the finding is bias and did not capture the full evidence relating to the case.
In the past weeks, the media space has been ringing with indignation over issues concerning the death of Ghanaian social activist and alleged FixTheCountry convenor, Kaaka Macho. His unfortunate death through a gun shot sparked a longstanding controversy between Ghanaians who believe that his murder was a hatched by some unknown people to end his activism and exposure of mishaps in the incumbent government.
Ghanaians are still anxiously waiting for the government to publish the report of the findings of the 3-member committee sanctioned to investigate the events that led to the death of Kaaka and the ensuing protest that killed and injured people. The Committee has already finished their report and handed over the report to the government.
Few months ago the whole country was left in a state of shock Kaaka Macho, a resident of Ejura was murdered. This was followed by protests that eventually caused the loss of lives while many sustained injuries. This caused President Akufo-Addo to call for a probe into the Ejura incident.
The Majority and Minority groups in Parliament continue to argue over the intended electronic transactions levy proposed by government. The two opposite sides disagree strongly on the rate as Minority has called for a drastic reduction in the rate to less than one percent to ease the burden on Ghanaians.
Sputnik Vaccine Probe : Minority Push For Health Minister's Resignation, Report To Be Presented Toda
Health Minister, Dr. Kwaku Agyemang Manu will know his faith today as Parliament Committee will present its report to the House today. Even before the report is presented to the House, Minority MPs are demanding the resignation of the Health Minister for his role in the purchase of the Sputnik Vaccine from Russia.
The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) says a few non-inhabitants of Appiatse are "presenting" as casualties of last Thursday's blast to profit from alleviation things. The Organization said it had therefore set up a 17-Member Committee, comprised of six survivors who were indigenes of Appiatse to assist with planning the dispersion of help things to the survivors.
It appears the controversial Electronic Levy also known as E-levy is heading for passage by Parliament. This was after 25 member finance Committee of the House approve the bill by majority decision for consideration by the plenary. The finance Committee is made up of 12 members from the Majority side and 12 members from the Minority side voted for the electronic levy to be considered under an urgent certificate.
After a long debate and opposition of the LBGTQ+ bill, the Parliament of Ghana will begin considering memoranda it has received from the public on the anti-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex (LGBTQI) Bill this week. Both the public and private institutions have presented memorandums to the LBGTQ+ bill Community to showcase their disgust and revolution to the immoral LBGTQ+.
Ken Ofori-Atta - Finance Minister Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta Friday proposed a decrease in the E-demand rate from 1.75 to 1.5 percent subsequent to meeting with the Minority authority as a feature of the on-going discussion. Sources near the gathering demonstrate that the Minority Caucus was as yet gone against to the new rate and proposed that the whole E-demand should be dropped.
The chairman of the committee that was set up to investigate and Ejura incident Justice George Kingsley Koomson has finally presented its finding to the interior minister, Ambrose Dery. Below are the recommendations of the committee. 1. They recommended the removal of the DCE 2. The Committee recommended that the District Police Commander for Ejura-Sekyedumase, DSP Philip Hammond should be transferred.
As part of its oversight responsibilities, the Parliamentary Select Committee on Education has paid a working visit to inspect some Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) projects within Central Region. One of the facilities the Committee visited is the Gracelove Creations Training Institute at Winneba.
Representative for the group of social extremist, Ibrahim Mohammed otherwise known as Kaaka says the deprived family isn't satisfied for certain ends drawn by the three-part panel set up to test the Ejura fight that prompted the deficiency of two lives, as for Kaaka's passing. Nafiu Mohammed, talking on PM Express on Tuesday said the family is frustrated in the Justice Koomson Committee for recommending that Kaaka's passing was because of a family quarrel and not his online media activism that prompted him getting dangers as revealed by the media.