The burial ceremony, which takes place June 9, is expected to see the capital of Accra turn black and red as thousands of mourners, state officials attend
YEN had earlier reported over 200 soldiers are expected to line up across the major streets of Accra (Precisely from the state house to the military cemetery)
The family of Major Mahama expressed regret over the unfortunate killing of their loved one, thus calling on government to establish a monument in honour of him
Bernard Mornah, the chairman of the People’s National Convention(PNC) has said the people of Denkyira-Obuasi should have faced the wrath of the military
Benjamin Aryeh, a former Member of Parliament for Upper Denkyira-West has debunked the reports that residents of the Denkyira district are violent people.
Zakaria Ahmed expressed shock at the actions of the townspeople, stating he could not believe that such heinous acts could emerge from the Central Region.
So far, all traditional rulers in the town of Denkyira have decided to wear black and red attires in respect of the killed soldier who was mistaken for a thief
Since the unfortunate killing of Captain Maxwell Mahama, the soldier’s family seemed to be at the fore-front of government’s decision-making structures.
Capt. Maxwell Mahama’s family believe a statue in memory of him will go along way to remind every Ghanaian of the evil effects of jungle justice in Ghana
Lt. Akwa was addressing a gathering of army officers at Burma Camp, to urge them to remain calm and to not attempt to serve justice by their own hands.
The former class year group of the late Captain Maxwell Mahama has asked that the death of their classmate not be turned into a topic for political antagonism
Bernard Allotey Jacobs, the Central Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress has bemoaned the tragic death of the Army Captain lynched to death
According to him, the lynching and killing of Captain Maxwell Mahama are as normal to the Ghanaian society as are galamsey activities and acts of lawlessness
The resident, Kwaku Manu an Okada rider, stated the army officer in an attempt to escape the raging mob, jumped on his motorbike and asked Manu to speed off.
Mr. Bombande stated that the country’s current dark mood is further fueled by the circulation of the videos and photos of the tragic death of the army captain
Attorney general, Gloria Akuffo is documented to have suspended the case against the suspect killers after claims of “no case” were made at the court yesterday.
Unknown assailants have brutally murdered a yearold woman at Amoamo near Asante Bekwai in the Ashanti region it has been reported