Military Brutalities in Wa: Dismiss Rampaging Soldiers!

Why must apology be the only way out in dealing with misconduct? We need to test the rule of law. They should be severely punished. They are been paid with our tax and so such misconduct is unforgivable.

Why should my protector turn himself into hating me and expect l should dine with him? We have witnessed such impunity in recent and times past.

There has been a case of reckless shooting on protesters of “let my vote count”, nothing has been done to fix the attitude of our security personnel. We are now experiencing gross insubordination and indiscipline among our security personnel; the killings of Seven innocent civilians in Asawase, the Ayawaso West Wagon, the 2020 elections killings, the recent Ejura killings, and the latest being the brutalities in Wa by the Military personnel.

It must be noted that the conduct of the military high command in government is not spectacular and rather expected as damage control.

The apology to the overlord of the Wa Naa the people of the Upper West Region might just mark the end of the issue.

How do we get to know what punishment is to be initiated?

Will they be punished punitively for such misconduct?

The Political leadership in the Upper West Region seems to act swiftly to maintain calm as a way of protecting their office. It is more of a personal gain than professionalism and a sense of solidarity to protect the people of the Upper West Region.

As a democratic state, the rule of law must be the benchmark to maintaining the sanctity of our motherland, so we cannot encourage a class system to treat other people special. This act of impunity can only be stopped if culprits are punished severely to serve as a deterring to other’s

Tahiru Lukman

Author, Dev’t Consultant & Youth Activist

Tel: 0209154057


Tahiru Lukman

Author; Tahiru Lukman (CEO of Ideapath consult) Youth Activist, Dev’t Consultant & Pan- African Author Email: Tel: 0209154057 / 0551018778

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