KAAKA WAS NEVER A MEMBER OF FIXTHECOUNTRY GROUP, ACCORDING TO HIS BROTHER

KAAKA WAS NEVER A MEMBER OF FIXTHECOUNTRY GROUP, ACCORDING TO HIS BROTHER

It is crystal clear that the fixthecountry campaigners are struggling for relevance.

The group is gallivanting from one corner to another scouting and fishing for people who have been beset by one tragedy or the other and claim same for themselves.

A young Ghanaian man is reported dead in Ejura. He is believed to have been killed by some unknown elements in his room.

As the Police is yet to establish what might have caused this tragedy, the fixthecountry campaigners have issued a statement, saying his advocacy for the group has led to his gruesome murder.

When he was yet to be declared dead, one of the fixthecountry leaders wrote on his Facebook wall that he had been beaten up because his advocacy was hurting the Akufo-Addo administration.

The person also alleged that the gentleman, now deceased, reported some threats he received from some unknown people in the zone but instead of the police going after those who might have threatened him, they rather wrote a letter cautioning him.

On Citi FM’s Eyewitnesses News with Umaru Sanda Amadu, the brother of the deceased emphasized that his brother was never a member of any fixthecountry group.

The brother also indicated that the letter written to him by the police was unrelated to the alleged threats he received and that it was about a problem he had with the police.

These events are testament to the fact that the gentleman’s death, as unfortunate as it is, has no bearing whatsoever with the group fixthecountry. He has never been a member and he was never warned by the police because of his so-called advocacy, according to his own brother.

This makes the release issued by the fixthecountry campaigners highly uncalled for and reckless. This is shameful, to say the least.

We entreat the Police to intensify their investigations into those who might have killed Kaaka and bring them to book.

P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.