Ghana can do better not only in chats— Fameye fumes against Ejura killings
Multi-highlife hitmaker, Fameye has expressed dissatisfaction about the recent shooting incident that has led to the demise of Mr Ibrahim Mohammed also known as Macho Kaaka and two others at Ejura in the Ashanti Region.
Several others were also injured as part of the scuffle when some aggrieved youth who were mostly #FixTheCountry crusaders took over the streets last Tuesday to protest against the Akufo-Addo-led government to fix the hardship in the country.
Expressing his displeasure about the incident, Fameye in a series of posts bemoaned that Ghana has been claiming it was peaceful yet there were violence and attacks each day in the country.
“We’ve been claiming the most peaceful since since yet violence each and every day?” He bemoaned.
The “speed up” hitmaker noted that the country could do better to rid itself of all the attacks and violence thus urged the youth to stand for their rights.
“Ghana can do better #Rip to all gone souls #ejuraprotest #standup together we stand devided we fall #stand4yourrigths,” he added.
Fameye noted that the peace which was projected as the core description of Ghana was only confined in the papers and chats, not in reality
” Ghana is only calm on paper and in chats,” he added.
However, the Member of Parliament of Ejura Sekyedumase, Muhammad Bawah Braimah, after incident called on the Police to up their game and ensure perpetrators in the death of social activist Kaaka Macho, were brought to book.
“It is my prayer that the Police will expedite action to unravel the perpetrators of this heinous crime and to bring them to face the full rigours of the law, to restore the peace and security once more to Ejura–Sekyedumase,” he said in a statement.
Mr Bawah Braimah described the deceased as one who led a course for change, saying his death is unfortunate.
“He died a martyr and may the all mighty Allah grant him paradise,” he said.
Ibrahim Mohammed was an activist of #FixTheCountry, a campaign aimed at drawing government’s attention to the issues in the country with which the youth are unhappy.
While at it, Kaaka Macho was allegedly attacked by two assailants in Ejura in the Ashanti Region on Saturday, June 26, 2021.
He was then taken to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital for treatment after being struck on the head several times but was pronounced dead on Monday.
Meanwhile, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has tasked the police to expedite action in unraveling circumstances leading to the death of Macho Kaaka.