Consider police and military liable for the lives in Ejura – Stonebwoy

While are others are laying the fault at the doorsteps of the administration, Stonebwoy says the military and the police should be considered liable for the lives lost in Ejura.

“Kaaka didn’t need to bite the dust. He was just upholding for the improvement of the existences of his compatriot including the very individuals that killed him. He was killed on the grounds that he wouldn’t be an observer,” Stonebwoy said prior to proceeding to address the shock via web-based media

In arrangement of tweets, the Ghanaian dancehall act likewise referenced that “his brethren in Ejura didn’t need to be assaulted. #Outside #WeNahGoin!”.

Around four youth exhibiting at Ejura yesterday, Tuesday, June 29, 2021, over the homicide of #FixTheCountry campaigner Mr Ibrahim Muhammed, otherwise known as Kaaka, were shot by joint police and military security group conveyed to the space.

2 of the shot protestors were affirmed dead yesterday, starting shock via web-based media. Further remarking on the uproar that guaranteed the two lives, Stonebwoy is saying that “they were just venting their dissatisfaction. However the people who have made a solemn vow to secure us and serve us with respectability assaulted them”.

“We need equity for Kaaka. We need to consider the police and military liable for the deficiency of lives in Ejura. #Outside #NaGoIn,” he added.

In a third tweet shared by Stonebwoy, he is enabling the adolescent to go out and make their voices heard when he noticed that “since the framework Keeps baffling Us the residents. We will have no alternative than to head outside”.

“We Only Go Outside to air our voices looking for consideration regarding the issues we face as residents Anything as opposed to that isn’t our INTENT. #JusticeForKaaka. #JusticeForEjura,” he finished up.

In the mean time, as per the Ghana Police, three suspects in association with Kaaka’s passing have been captured as examinations proceed.

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