It has been disclosed that the key witness in Ibrahim Mohammed Kaaka’s murder, Sadia Fuseini and her husband, Fuseini Ibrahim have been threatened by the Ejura youth for reporting the suspected murder, Baba Iddi Mohammed [brother of Kaaka] to the Police. According to Mr. Fuseini, he was compelled to take the wife into hiding learning of the threat from the community after the arrest of Baba Iddi.
In his final remark to a questioned posed him by the Justice Koomson’s committee on the Ejura Killings, brother of Ibrahim Mohammed Kaaka, said Allah shall bear witness to his testimony about the knowledge he has about the Ejura riot. Named Abdul Nasiru, his testimony on the provocation the youth of Ejura visited on the military could be questioned due to the inconsistencies in his utterances before the committee yesterday.
Sardia Fuseini, a farmer and neighbor of the social media activist, Ibrahim Mohammed Kaaka who was allegedly murdered by his brother has revealed she was afraid to tell what she witnessed on the night Kaaka was attacked. She has so far been accorded as an acclaimed witness to the death of Kaaka.
Family of the late social media activist, Ibrahim Mohammed Kaaka is set to meet the Committee of Inquiry established to investigate the riot between security personnel and residents of Ejura which claimed two lives and injured four others. The family officially wrote to the Minister for Interior to notify him about their decision not to participate in the public inquisition after they sought legal advice.
Three suspects who were picked up by police in connection with the murder of Ejura - based social activist, and member of #FixTheCountryNow Movement, Ibrahim Mohammed Kaaka, have been remanded in police custody by a court in Kumasi, the Ashanti Region. The three, Iddirisu Mohammed, Fuseini Alhassan and Ibrahim Isaka known otherwise as Anyass, made preliminary appearance before a court at Asokwa after being charged by police with two count of crimes, that is conspiracy to murder and murder.
Two strong testimonies have been heard today at the Justice Koomson’s Committee of Public Enquiry into Ejura Killings. The accounts were too strong and convincing that any counter claim could hardly be raised against it. The committee were even overwhelmed with the testimonies as they had to a point in time advice that they hold onto some information for the Police so it can assist their investigations.