Former President John Mahama has joined the popular phone calls for justice for a 90-year-aged girl who was gruesomely murdered at Kafaba, Savannah Region.
The deceased, Akua Denteh, was lynched by some local community folk right after a priestess reportedly accused her of witchcraft.
Decrying the assault, Mr. Mahama said “our culture and institutions unsuccessful the weak 90-year-aged woman.”
“Where ended up our Assembly Members, Unit Committees, the Law enforcement and BNI when it mattered most,” the NDC Presidential nominee quizzed, incorporating “it was unfortunate to see a crowd standing by and seeing the grotesque spectacle.”
He additional: “Very sad reflection on us as a men and women in the 21st century. Just by luck, a person captured the sorry sight on a good cellphone. How several more Dente Akua’s have died pitiful unrecorded deaths?”
Law enforcement in the Savannah Location have, meanwhile, started investigations into murder.
The Inspector-Standard of Police James Oppong Boanuh has dispatched murder professionals to the Savannah location to enable research for murderers, a statement from the law enforcement chief’s business stated.
The IGP has also introduced a GH¢2,000 reward for information and facts major to the arrest of any of the suspects.
“Any human being with credible information and facts that could direct to their arrest ought to make contact with Police in Savannah location or connect with Law enforcement toll absolutely free on 18555 or 112 or on cellular cellphone quantities 0550323323, 0275000156 or on WhatsApp 020-6639121,” the assertion extra.