Kweku Baako recalls the day he was imprisoned decades ago

Kweku Baako recalls the day he was imprisoned decades ago

- Kweku Baako has commemorated the day he was arrested thirty six years ago today

- He said he experienced "fire and brimstone" during his incarceration

- He says the full story will be told for the benefit of today's generation

Veteran Ghanaian journalist and Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide, Mr. Abdul Malik Kweku Baako, has commemorated the day he was arrested exactly thirty six years ago today.

In a post shared on the celebrated journalist's personal Facebook profile, Mr. Kweku Baako speaks about how his ordeals began exactly 36 years ago, when he and a host of others were arrested for what he referred to as the "unconstitutional and treasonable disruption" of the Dr. Hilla Limann Administration's term in office.

Mr. Kweku Baako wrote of how he was moved from guardroom to guardroom during his incarceration in Burma Camp, and of how he finally faced "fire and brimstone" at the Field Engineers Regiment Guardroom in Burma Camp.

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"After 50 days in the various military guardrooms at Burma Camp, we were all transferred to various prisons across the country for periods ranging between 12 months and 24 months." Wrote Kweku Baako

Kweku Baako went on to thank the Almighty and Merciful Allah for protecting both him and others who made it out of that particular ordeal, acknowledging that all were as fortunate.

He went to say that the full story will soon be told and recorded for the benefit of today's generation and posterity.

Mr. Kweku Baako's arrest came in the wake of Dr. Hilla Limann's removal from office via a second Coup D'Etat by former President Jerry John Rawlings.

Checkout Kweku Baako's Facebook post below:

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