Man Shot Dead In Ashaiman By Military Man; Eyewitness Narrates How It All Happened.
An unfortunate incident happened yesterday in Ashaiman were a man was shot dead by a military man. Basextra.com broke the news yesterday, but with little details on what led to the death of death. Read Here
The President of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo on Monday, 30th March 2020, announced that there will be restrictions on movement of persons in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA, which include Awutu Senya East ), and the Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Area and contiguous districts, for a period of two (2) weeks or 14 days subject to review. Read More Here
This he said should be observed by citizens living in these selected areas. He also brought in the policemen and military men to make sure people obey these directives.
Now, the Police and Military men in Ashaiman were doing their job really well until the unfortunate happened yesterday were a man was shot dead by a military man for violating directive.
Basextra.com, yesterday spoke to an eyewitness who narrated how it happened. According to the eyewitness he was at home and then heard gun shots, something which has never happened before.
He rushed to see what was happening outside and when got there, he saw a man lying down in a pool of blood.
According to some reports, the deceased was described as someone who is mad but the eyewitness I spoke refute such claims.
He also stated that, some people who were around before the man was shot told him a police man asked the deceased, Ofotsu aka, No Yawa to leave the market, but he snubed the policeman. The Military man who was walking with the policeman was angered by No Yawa‘s action so he threw a stick at him.
The was a confrontation between the two which led to the killing of No Yawa.
According to eyewitness, before the incident the was only one armored car but the number of armored car is currently four after the incident. Security has been beefed up and people living around are scared to go out
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