“A soldier who kneels and takes aim before shooting isn’t shooting to disperse the human beings he’s facing’- Manneseh Reacts to the Mode Police And Military Used To Control Demonstrating Ejura Youth
Investigative journalist Manasseh Azure Aquino has condemned the killing of some two Ejura Youth who took to the street to protest for the gruesome death of their colleague Macho Kaaka
Ghana woke up to some disturbing inbox news today June 29th 2021 about how Military opened fire on some unarmed youth who were agitated about the murder of their friend in Ejura in the Ashanti Region.
Kaaka Macho as he is known as was said to have been attacked and injured by some thugs Monday early morning for his constant expose of how bad things are in Ejura.
During his burial today, some youth who were not pleased decided to demonstrate and that led to a clash between them and the security forces and two of the Youth were shot dead by armed military officers.
Manasseh Azure has reacted and his post pointed a soldier who kneel to shoot at the crowd cannot be said to be shooting to disperse them but to kill them.