Killing of fighter: Examine the actions of the military – Sosu.


Francis-Xavier Sosu, a member of Madina's parliament, has stated that the military should also be investigated for the brutal treatment of some civilians at Ashaiman following the death of a soldier.

He claims that a police statement announcing the arrest of key murder suspects indicated that the military had no right to be there to carry out the actions they did.

“The Police Statement regarding the assassination of soldier Imoro Sherrif makes it abundantly clear that the Military had no right to carry out their retaliatory actions following the death of the soldier. The Human Rights lawyer wrote on Twitter, "The conduct and actions of the Military as seen in civilian violations ought to be investigated."

The Ashaiman Circuit Court denied bail to the six suspects who were arrested on suspicion of being involved in the murder of a soldier named Imoro Sheriff on Monday, March 13.

After the Prosecutor Supt. denied them bail, The court was informed by Sylvester Asare that granting them bail will impact investigations.

Following Sherrif's murder in Ashaiman on March 4, the police made additional arrests.

Between Thursday, March 9 and Sunday, March 12, the suspects, Safianu Musah, alias Dayorgu, Ibrahim Abdul Rakib, Samuel Tetteh, alias Wiper, Abubakar Sadick, alias Birdman, Yussif Mohammed, and Abdul Gafaru Abdul Karim, were arrested.

 According to a statement released by the Ghana Police Service, they were arrested at various locations within Ashaiman and the surrounding areas.

After a week of continuous intelligence-led operations, the arrests were made. In a statement released on March 12, the police described the following events:

"On fourth Walk 2023, Police got data that a male grown-up had been tracked down lying dead at Ashiaman Taifa in the More noteworthy Accra Locale.

"The incident was confirmed by a team of police officers who went to the specified location.

“Police immediately began an investigation into the circumstances that led to the victim's death. The officials cordoned off the scene and brought in the expert Police Crime location group to deal with the scene for measurable examination.

“A backpack and a blood-stained knife were among the items that the Crime Scene Team retrieved. The backpack contained a Ghana card and a Health Insurance card bearing the name Imoro Sherrif, as well as one Apple laptop, one Apple tablet, one military uniform with the name tag "Imoro," and eight other items of clothing.

“Based on the contents of the backpack, the police thought the victim might be a soldier. In accordance with the police's standard procedure for dealing with victims of institutions, the military was informed of the incident, and some military personnel showed up to tell the police that the deceased person was Imoro Sheriff, a soldier.

The deceased's body was then taken to a hospital for preservation and an autopsy.

"An intelligence operation was immediately launched as part of the investigation within Ashiaman and other strategic locations of interest to follow up on all pertinent leads on the case."

It was after the examination that each of the six suspects were captured.

The public, particularly the family of the deceased, has been assured by the police that all suspects are in custody and will be "put before the court on Monday, 13 March, 2023 to justice."

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