The main opposition National Democratic Congress(NDC) has called on the security agencies to be measured in their handling of civil unrests and demonstrations in the country.
Following the volatile situation at Ejura, the National Chairman, Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo, and the General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu-Nketiah, who were participating in a National Peace Council workshop at Ada have left the place for Accra to address ‘the fluid security situation’.
The party in its statement described the Ejura situation as very sad and shocking.
Two people have been shot dead while six others have sustained varying degrees of injuries in Ejura Tuesday morning after police opened fire on angry youth protesting the murder of social activist Muhammed Ibrahim popularly known as Kaaka.
This comes after Ibrahim Mohammed, alias Kaaka allegedly an activist of the #FixTheCountry movement, was killed by unknown assailants for his advocacy at Ejura Sekyeredumase.
He is said to have had his head clubbed in his home Friday night by the assailants until he became unconscious and was rushed to the Ejura Government Hospital. He was later transferred to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi where he died Monday afternoon.