Ejurahene strictly tells President Nana Addo to do 2 things if he wants peace in Ejura

Ejurahene (Chief), the Chief of Ejura has strictly told the president of Ghana, Nana Addo to do 2 things if he wants peace in the community.

The two items, he claims, are vital to the inhabitants of Ejura.

Barima Osei Hwedie ll, Chief of Ejura

He stated that the first is justice. He stated that justice must be delivered to those who have died as well as those who have been injured as a result of armed military personnel firing into protestors on an irregular basis.

“We are demanding that justice be served in this matter,” he told the press as he addressed the recent unrest in the neighborhood.

The second thing he requested was a comprehensive inquiry into the recent killings and injuries to his people.

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Barima Osei Hwedie II also took advantage of the occasion to urge his followers to be calm and enable the different systems to work toward resolving the difficulties.

“It is unfortunate that two precious lives have been lost. However, our young people must exercise restraint,” the chief told the media in Ejura.


Mohammed Ibrahim, a well-known member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and a recent campaigner against the NPP’s failures, was discovered severely battered and abandoned in front of his home. Later, he died in a hospital, sparking widespread outrage in the town of Ejura.

Before his assassination, Kaaka used the hashtag #FixTheCountry to draw attention to the problems and lack of government action in the Ejura Sekyeredumase Municipality.

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He had allegedly received threats from individuals suspected of being affiliated with the NPP and loyal to the incumbent Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), who had been the target of Mr. Kaaka’s social media criticism and activity.