Justice for Capt. Mahama: Police advised against being bias

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A Legal Practitioner, Yaw Oppong has advised institutions investigating Captain Mahama’s murder case to be professional in order to avoid bias.

It is only through that, that people can have confidence in state institutions.

Mr. Oppong also called on the Police Administration not to give further details to the public regarding any fresh evidence that they may gather as this can help the accused persons to revise their notes.

Mr. Oppong who said this on GBC’s Current Affairs Program “Talking Point “which discussed “Mob Injustice” called on the media and politicians not to politicise the case but rather educate the public so they can stop mob actions.

Security Analyst, Adib Saani, believes the murder of Captain Mahama has raised some legitimate questions about the arms of government which should not be swept under the carpet.

He said the murder is a wakeup call for the nation to nib these gruesome, lawless actions in the bud.

The Ameer and Missionary in charge of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Maulvi Bin Salih, said leaders of the country must put their acts together and check issues of mob action.

He said currently Ghana is marching to an intolerant nation,a development which does not speak well of it.

Maulvi Bin Salih added that though religious leaders are doing their best, their followers are just being recalcitrant and taking things into their hands.

Source: gbcghana

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