On Ejura Killings: "The Committee Has Made Their Recommendation But Akufo-Addo Can't Even Sack His Barber"- A Plus Says
The President of the land, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo instructed the Minister for Interior, Hon Ambrose Dery to set a Committee on Thursday, 1st July 2021 to probe into what happened in Ejura that led to the death of three people; Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed (48 years of age), Murtala Mohammed (26 years of old), and Abdul Nasir Yussif (25 years of age).
The situation at Ejura has taken a rather dramatic turn. Earlier today, Mohammed Iddi, the elder brother of murdered Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed was picked up by the police upon suspicion that he was the leader of those who killed the social media activist. But a live coverage by Joy News this afternoon saw the wife, children and other relatives of Kaaka wailing and with Quaran in hand, mounting a strong defense for Mohammed Iddi who is currently with the police.
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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) youth wing is set to embark on a march for justice today, Tuesday, 6th July 2021 for Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed and the other two gentlemen who passed away last week. The NDC and some Ghanaians view the rate of insecurity under the watch of the President of the land, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is too much.
The decision by the family of Ibrahim 'Kaaka' Mohammed to refuse to appear before the ministerial committee probing the death of two protestors in the infamous Ejura killing incident is not only apt, but also justified and helpful. To understand the point of view of the family, one had to go back to the terms of reference of the committee and the scope of investigations they are legally allowed to conduct.
Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed was mobbed on Friday, 25th June 2021 for allegedly making the ruling party, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) unpopular in Ejura. He suffered a head injury in the attack which lead to his death on Saturday, 26th June 2021 dawn. The President of the land, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo did not utter a single word on this issue meanwhile Kaaka was said to be an NPP member.
Following the assassination of legendary Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed, there have been a lot of controversies and arguments regarding his true identity as an Activist within the Ghanaian Political and Media Spaces. Some continue to argue that although his write ups and contents on social media were clearly in line with the goals and objectives of the #FixTheCountry Campaign Team, he was not a formally known member of the League.
The death of Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed is currently one of the issues that is trending in Ghana. He was reportedly murdered after an attack at Ejura. This sudden attack resulted in his unexpected death on Saturday, 26th June 2021 dawn. When the incident occurred, the President of the nation didn't say anything regarding the issue even though it was confirmed that the late Kaaka was a proud member of the New Patriotic Party.
Intro: On the 28th of June, 2021, a popular social media activist who has been a firm influencer of the ongoing #fixthecountry agenda, Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed one of the activist who were pushing the agenda to the pinnacle was allegedly murdered . He always goes on Facebook live to address matters in the country and in the Ejura community which must be fixed.
The Director-General of the Ghana Police Service's Welfare Department, DCOP Maame Tiwaa Addo-Danquah, has disputed claims that Ibrahim 'Kaaka' Mohammed was killed over his involvement in the #FixTheCountry campaign. In an interview with TV3, she said the evidence gathered so far by the service does not support the widely held belief.
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The family of the murdered activist, Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed, has taken a decision not to appear before the committee set up to probe the killings at Ejura, citing various reasons. The Director of Legal Affairs for the NDC, Abraham Amaliba, has said that the committee set up by the minister of interior to probe the killings at Ejura needs to refocus their questioning to encourage the family of Kaaka to rescind their decision not to appear before the committee.
It's been days since Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed and the other two protestors passed away. Most Ghanaians were expecting the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Executives will take the lead and visit the bereaved family to at least console them. Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed was believed to be an NPP member so the NPP's step to visit the families was high expectant from the public but appears the National Democratic Congress (NDC) National Executives have already taken the lead.
The National Democratic Congress held its demonstration today 6th July 2021. The demonstration was a successful one so pictures have been posted on social media. Hundreds of Ghanaians were seen at the demonstration and all of them were wearing red t-shirts. Some of the social media platforms include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Telegram.
Former President John Dramani has encouraged President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to found examinations concerning both the homicide of an adolescent dissident and security rules of commitment which brought about the shooting to death of two others at Ejura in the Ashanti district. The killing of the young dissident Ibrahim Mohammed started dissents in Ejura prompting conflicts between certain occupants and security faculty which brought about the passing of two people who were among six people who were shot in the clash.
The family of late social activist Ibrahim Moahmmed popularly known as Macho Kaaka has notified the Interior Minister of its decision not to honor an invitation to appear before the three-member committee of inquiry set up to probe the melee at Ejura on June 29. The committee does not have confidence in it's ability to investigate and unravel the mystery behind the murder of our relative after monitoring the sitting of the committee, their comments which are prejudicial and expose their bias on the issue.
Communication director of the NDC, Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi has revealed to the public that, he has vital of information in the identity of persons behind the murder of #FixTheCountry advocate, Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed. On an interview on Okay Fm,. Sammy Gyamfi allegedly told Kwame Nkurumah Tikesie he knows for a fact that the fix the country activist murdered by some NPP thugs.
Luitenent Colonel Kwesi Wari Preprah, commanding officer for the fourth infantry battalion says the military officer seen kneeling in viral vedio during the Ejura shootings did not fire any shots as many believed.Speaking before the committee probing the shooting, he made it clear that kneeling is a tactic by security personnel to disperse crowd.He went on to say that the soldier who knelt on his knees in viral vedio only fired warning shots but when he went on his knee he never fired his gun.
Following the recent clash between the security service, and the residents of Ejura; over the death the youth activist- Ibrahim ‘Kaaka’ Mohammed; the Member of Parliament for Tamale North constituency, Honourable Alhassan Suhuyini has also condemned the acts. Speaking in an interview on Citi News, Honourable Alhassan Suhuyini said: “we have taken too many things for granted in this country.
Yesterday was a very sad for the people of Ejura and Ghana as well. There was a fall-out between the youth of the Ejura and the security agency. There is a Ghanaian adage which says that, there is no smoke without fire. Report indicates that one Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed who was known for bringing out and exposing uncompleted projects and abundant projects and ill practices which ought to be stopped or addressed in Ejura and it's surroundings was murdered.
Hit the FOLLOW button to receive newly The National Chief Imam, Sheikh Usman Nuhu Sharabutu has expressed concerns over the recent happenings at Ejura. The Chief Imam's statement comes after some members (3) of the Islamic community have unfortunately lost their lives. One of the deceased, Ibrahim Kaaka Mohammed, a social media activist was lynched while the other two were shot by soldiers during a protest to demand justice for "Kaaka" at Ejura.