The family of the late Ibrahim Muhammed also known as Kaaka whose death led to disturbances at Ejura in the Ashanti Region two weeks ago will now appear before the Justice Koomson committee probing the unfortunate incident after an earlier snub.

An earlier statement signed by the family’s Spokesperson, Nafiu Mohammed, said the family feels let down in the committee’s work in the past couple of days, hence their decision to stay off the hearing.

“Events over the past few days, have left less certain of the scope, focus, real intent, and even utility of the ongoing inquiry. As such, we feel let down in our enthusiasm for what we assumed would provide a much-needed opportunity for truth, soul-searching, and institutional accountability for state-sanctioned violence,” the statement added.

Meanwhile, representatives of the family including the mother of the late activist, his wife, and two other brothers on Monday, July 12, 2021, went to the venue for the sittings to join other relatives of the deceased who will appear to testify.

Source: citinewsroom

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