The Minister of Defence Dominic Nitwul has urged all Ghanaians to respect men and women in uniform to avoid problems.
This comment from the Defence Minister follows after the military men stormed Ashaiman to brutalize residents over the death of one of their own.
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“I will appeal to the people of Ghana to be respectful of people in uniform, it will help all of us. I will not say anything else until we, the committee members, have gone on Thursday to the place and ascertained things for ourselves,” he told journalists in Parliament on Thursday, March 9 following the alleged murder of a soldier in Ashaiman.
However, the Defence and Interior Committee of Parliament says it will not be visiting Ashaiman over the brutalities that happened a few days ago.
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According to the Chairman of the Committee, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong says they are trying not to say anything that will rise tempers again.
“We as members of the Committee cannot inflame passions by going there to make comments that will annoy a faction. We are not to do that,” he told journalists at Parliament on Thursday, March 9.