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  • Ghana’s Chief of Defense Staff, Maj. Gen. Akwa, has begged aggrieved soldiers to remain calm in the wake of the gruesome killing of one of their colleagues
  • Ghana’s Chief of Defense Staff, Maj. Gen.
    Akwa, has begged aggrieved soldiers to
    remain calm in the wake of the
    gruesome killing of one of their
    colleagues, Captain Maxwell Adam
    Mahama.
    The disgruntled soldiers aired their
    frustrations during a meeting with the
    military top brass at the army’s
    headquarters at Burma Camp in Accra.
    Most of them said they were unhappy
    that the police was in charge of
    investigations into the lynching of a top
    soldier when the army also has the
    military police who could expedite action
    on the issue.
    “ I appeal to you to let us
    stand firm to prove to the
    whole world that we are truly
    a professional military
    force.” ”
    “We have military police. It is not in
    every instance that we allow the civilian
    police to be telling us about evidence.
    What more evidence do you want from
    this?” one officer asked.
    “The Ghana Armed Forces has the
    military police. We can handle our
    things. It is not everything that you take
    to the civil police,” he stressed.
    But the army chief in response to his
    men said, “I appeal to you to let us
    stand firm to prove to the whole world
    that we are truly a professional military
    force.”
    He asked the officers to take consolation
    from assurances by the president
    (Commander-in-chief of the Armed
    Forces) that all persons complicit in the
    death of Captain Mahama will be held
    accountable.
    The Captain who had been detailed to
    lead a military team in the fight illegal
    mining in the country’s Central Region,
    was lynched by a mob who mistook him
    for an armed robber. His body was
    subsequently burnt by the mob.
    The police who are in charge of the case
    have since reported the arrest of seven
    people as at Thursday June 1. A court
    has remanded the suspects in prison
    custody to appear at a later date.
    Ghanaians have been expressing outrage
    at the incident especially on social
    media.

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