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).
For the first time since the Ejura brouhaha took place, the Municipal Chief Executive for Ejura Hon. Mohammed Salisu Bamba has made public appearance. The embattled MCE appeared before the Ejura Killings Probe Committee to give his testimony on the disturbances that lead to the killing of 3 persons.
Following events on Ejura shooting, the president, Nana Akuffo Addo has appointed a committee to look into the cause and probably find lasting solutions to similar issues. Even though many Ghanaians do not support the establishment of the committee since they feel that the soldier that committed should only be made to face the law, the committee which is headed by Justice Kingsley Koomson is currently interviewing key persons in connection with the issue.
Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and the National Chief Imam have stormed Ejura in the Ashanti Region to commensurate with the victims of Tuesday’s shooting incident. The visit is also to sympathize with the families of the two who lost their lives after the military opened fire at the protestors demanding justice over the death of Kaaka Ibrahim Mohammed.
Kaaka's family refusing to appear before Justice Kingsley Koomson's committee, accusing it of 'bias'
The family of Ibrahim Mohammed aka Kaaka has written to the Justice Kingsley lead committee that it won't make appearance to the committee to testify. The committee after yesterday's sitting announced that the families of Ibrahim Mohammed and the two others will be next to appear before it.
A news anchor with TV3, Ms Burla Mundi has taken the Justice Kingsley Koomson's committee to the cleaners for what many describe as 'attempts to rope in and incriminate the media' regarding the murder of Ibrahim Mohammed and the two other civilians. ￼The three member committee which was empanelled by the interior minister to probe the killings in Ejura recently has almost implicated the media.