Kennedy Agyapong pledges to take responsibility for the welfare of junior brother of sl@in soldier at Ashaiman

Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central and Chairman of Defence Committee, Kennedy Agyapong has said that he will take responsibility for the welfare of the junior brother of the soldier who was k!11ed in Ashaiman a few weeks ago.

A statement released by Parliament dated March 16 has it that the Assin Central MP has pledged to pay for all educational costs of the deceased’s brother, from primary to tertiary level.

The Committee was led by the Chairman Hon. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong and the Ranking Member Hon. James Agalga and some members of the Committee including the Member of Parliament or Ashaiman constituency, Hon. Ernest Norgbey, and some military personnel of the Ministry of Defence together with the sector Minister, Hon. Dominic Nitiwul.

“It would be recalled that on 4th March 2023, a young trooper named Imoro Sheriff 22, was reportedly robbed and killed by unidentified people suspected to be living in and around Ashaiman. The Military later stormed the area on the 7th of March and subjected the residents to severe beatings to avenge the death of their colleague.
“The Chairman of the committee, Hon Kennedy Agyapong sympathized with the family and thanked the police for arresting the key suspects of the crime.

“The young soldier’s junior brother, Abdul Rahman Imoro who was present with his mother, Hajia Sakina was promised to be taken care of until he finishes university by the Chairman of the Committee. The Chairman donated an amount of twenty thousand Ghana cedis to the family and also promised to complete the astroturf park in the Community and name it after the slain soldier Imoro Sheriff,” part of the statement said.

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