The opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC has thrown it support behind the family of Kaaka Anyass Ibrahim, in their decision to seek possible legal action against the three –member Ejura Committee of Inquiry.
Speaking at a press conference in Accra, the Communications Officer of the party, Mr Sammy Gyamfi said the committee’s report was a an attempt to cover up and urged the family not to relent in its decision to unravel the truth behind the murder of the social activist.
According to him, the family has been treated unfairly by the Committee and the NDC would stand shoulder to shoulder with them until justice is served and the penetrators brought to book.
“We can understand how the family of Ibrahim Muhammed aka “Kaaka” and other affected persons are feeling right now. We know, just as the vast majority of Ghanaians know, that they have been handed a raw deal. However, we urge them not to despair, nor give up. While they pursue other means of getting to bottom of this matter, we wish to assure them that we stand shoulder to shoulder with them”.
Kaaka’s family to drag Ejura Committee to court
The family of the slain social media activist and #FixTheCountry Campaigner, Kaaka Ibrahim at a press conference on Monday, October 4, hinted of a possible legal action against members of the Ejura Committee for linking the dead of their son to a possible family feud.
They described the committee’s assertion as false, careless and very disgraceful adding that the family is considering a legal rights in connection with the report and members of the committee.
“The family is also considering all its legal rights in connection with the Report of the Ejura Committee; including the possibility of legal actions against the members of the Ejura Committee and some of the witnesses who appeared before them,” the family said.
Kaaka’s death and aftermath
Kaaka Anyass Ibrahim, a social activist and a member of the #FixTheCountry campaign dead days after he was mob attack at Ejura in the Ashanti Region.
Report said he died at the Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital on Monday June 28.
A protest to demand justice for his death also turned bloody when the military opened fire on protestors living two death and four others with various degree of injury.
The Ejura Committee of Inquiry was subsequently established to look into the circumstances which led to the disturbances during the protest held on June 29, 2021.
The three member committee had since submitted it report, part of which the family had declared its intention to contest.