Brutalizing residents of Ashaiman is wrong, let’s allow the laws to work – NPP Director of Communications tells soldiers

The Director of Communications for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Richard Ahiaggbah has criticized punishment meted out to some residents of Ashaiman by military personnel over the demise of their co-worker.

According to him, the killing of the young soldier is crude, however, it did not allow the Military to take the laws into their own hands.

“We must condemn the conduct of some military personnel circulating on social media, where they are brutalizing residents of Ashaiman for the crude murder of a soldier.

“Two wrongs don’t make a right. We are a country of laws; let’s allow the laws to work,” he tweeted on Tuesday, March 7.

Over the weekend, reports went viral that a 22-year-old young soldier was murdered by some residents of Ashaiman.

It was revealed that the deceased was stabbed multiple times by the unknown attackers.

The soldier, according to sources, was returning from his girlfriend’s house in Taifa and heading toward his residence at Zongo-Laka in Ashaiman when the unfortunate incident occurred.

Though he was carrying a laptop and other electronic gadgets the attackers made away with only his iPhone.


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