Police secure injunction against one-anniversary celebration of the death of Kaaka & others

The Ghana Police Service has secured an injunction against Kaaka’s family in Ejura on the one year anniversary celebration of his (Kaaka’s) family.

The Ejura Police filed the interlocutory injunction on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at the Ejura District Court.

The injunction was filed ex-parte.

The court upon gearing the matter granted that the respondents, assigns, or anybody claiming interest through them is restricted from organizing the first anniversary of the passing of the late Kaaka.

The court said the respondents have also been prevented from holding the adua prayers of those who passed on during a protest against the passing of late Kaaka.

The order is for a period of ten days and the Police are to put the respondents to notice.

Two people were confirmed dead with four others sustaining injuries following a clash with protesting youth at Ejura in the Ashanti Region in June last year.

The youth were protesting the death of Ibrahim Mohammed also known as Macho Kaaka, who was reportedly attacked on Sunday dawn and died on Monday afternoon [June 28, 2021].

Joint service personnel made up of the police and military was dispatched to Ejura to maintain law and order.

The dispatch followed intelligence that the youth were planning to stage a protest to demand justice for Macho Kaaka.

But following a clash between the security officers and the protesting youth, shots were fired which resulted in the death of the two people while others also sustained various degrees of injuries.

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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