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28.08.2020 Regional News

Group Condemns Attack On Soldiers At Dome Faase

Group Condemns Attack On Soldiers At Dome Faase
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Following some days chaos as a result of a disputed land that has hit Dome Faase near Obom in Accra, a Non-Governmental Organization ‘Citizen Eye Ghana’ (CITEG) has condemned the recent mob attacks on two uniformed soldiers on duty.

CITEG has described the attack as “barbaric” and “inhuman” after calling on authorities to deal with perpetrators.

“Our gallant security forces especially the police and the military are our friends and it is the responsibility of we the citizens or civilians to make their work more effective and efficient by providing them with the relevant information to aid their work eschew of physical assault or brutalities.” The statement reads

Some residents of Dome Faase near Obom in the Greater Accra Region have been accused of assaulting two soldiers over a piece of land in the area.

The soldiers clashed with the residents while protecting the property for the Mponuahene of Akyem Apedwa who they claim is the owner.

According to the spokesman for the residents, there have been rumours of armed land guards working with military personnel to terrorize their communities.

But CITEG in their statement wants an immediate investigation into the allegation to prevent future occurrence.

“We are hereby called on the president, being a commander-in-chief to immediately launch a commission of enquiry to investigate the main triggers of such an ordeal act and find a long-lasting solution to them because we cannot sit as a country to allow some miscreants to overrun our security forces.” The group’s founder, Mr. Alex Kweku Tetteh said

Read the below full statement

“CITIZEN EYE GHANA” CONDEMNS THE ATTACKS ON UNIFORMED SECURITY PERSONNEL

The Citizen Eye Ghana (CITEG) is condemning the series of attacks against uniformed security personnel in the country and also calling on all stakeholders to put hands on deck to bring such barbaric acts to a halt.

Our gallant security forces especially the police and the military are our friends and it is the responsibility of we the citizens or civilians to make their work more effective and efficient by providing them with the relevant information to aid their work eschew of physical assault or brutalities.

Some residents of Dome Faase near Obom in the Greater Accra Region have been accused of assaulting two soldiers over a piece of land in the area and the soldiers clashed with the residents while protecting the property for the Mponuahene of Akyem Apedwa who they claim is the owner.

As a civil society organization, we cannot keep mute whilst witnessing these unnecessary attacks on our indefatigable security persons who protect lives, properties, and our territorial borders of this country.

We are hereby called on the president, being a commander-in-chief to immediately launch a commission of enquiry to investigate the main triggers of such an ordeal act and find a long-lasting solution to them because we cannot sit as a country to allow some miscreants to overrun our security forces.

We also encourage the general public to collaborate, compromise, and assist them regardless of being invited or arrested by any of the security officers since we are a country of rule of law and must allow ourselves to be ruled by the law but not war.

We must also remind ourselves of the lynching of a young military officer, Major Mahama on 29th May 2017 at Denkyira Obuasi in the central region and several others of which there must be sober reflections on such incidences and come together as one people to say NO to such brutalities on our security personnel.

We call on immediate investigations into what happened in Dome Faase to unveil all perpetrators to face the law in order serve as a deterrent to others and congratulate the IGP, CDS, Minister of Defense Nitiwul, Minister for Interior Ambrose Berry, National Security Minister Kan Dapaah, Deputy Minister of the interior, Bryan Acheampong, Captain Coder, Lord Commey and their men for ensuring the safety and protection of the citizenry.

LONG LIVE CITEG!!!

LONG LIVE GHANA!!!

Thank you

Email: [email protected]

YOUTUBE: CITEG TV

TWITTER:@CITEGTV

FACEBOOK: CITIZENEYE GHANA

INSTAGRAM: CITIZENEYE_GH

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