Ejura C’ttee report is totally unsatisfactory- Kofi Bentil
Senior Vice President of Imani Africa Lawyer Kofi Bentil says the report by Justice George Koomson-led Committee on Ejura killings is unsatisfactory.
According to him, the findings and recommendations of the report are shoddy and cannot fix any issue.
In a sharp reaction, Lawyer Bentil said “The Ejura Committee report is totally unsatisfactory, and look we realised it even before they finished based on unnecessary questions they were asking. To be honest, the report has not resolved any problem in the area of security”.
Meanwhile, National Communication Officer Sammy Gyamfi insists “Report is a cocktail of faulty findingd and deficient recommendations”
He noted that the “Committee has done a grave injustice to the family of Kaaka. The pronouncement that Kaaka died because of a probable family feud is baseless. This report undermines ongoing investigation by the police on Kaaka’s death. Nebulous recommendations! It’s a cover up report”
“Why did the police release the first two suspects arrested after Kaaka’s death who are closed allies of the Ejura MCE. This committee should have recommended outright punishment for the military officers who apart from killing, committed perjury by lying on oath before the committee”, Gyamfi noted.
Source: africaneditors.com/African Editors
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