Police arrest two persons over Kaaka murder
The suspects, Isaka and Fuseini Alhassan were apprehended at about 10:45 pm on Monday, 28th June 2021.
The Ashanti Regional Police have arrested two persons believed to be connected to the killing of social activist, Ibrahim Muhammed, alias Kaaka.
According to reports filed by Accra-based Citi News, the suspects have been identified as Ibrahim Isaka and Fuseini Alhassan. They were apprehended at about 10:45 pm on Monday, 28th June 2021.
Kaaka is believed to have been a member of the Economic Fighters’ League as well as an advocate of the “Fix-the-country” campaign.
The report further indicates that “witness accounts show that [Ibrahim Muhammed] was ambushed in front of his house when he was returning home on his motorbike at about 1:30 am on Sunday, 27th June 2021.”
His wife, Sahada Hufu found him in a pool of blood after the attack, according to reports. He was subsequently rushed to the Ejura Government Hospital and later referred to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital. He died at KATH at midday on Monday.
Meanwhile, the Economic Fighters League have in a statement released on Monday, called for “justice [to be] served Kaaka, for we are all Kaaka.” The group has hinted that it would meet the Inspector General of Police on the matter.
Residents of Ejura have also protested on the streets of the town, demanding justice for the deceased.