Zabarma Chief demands proper investigation into what he described as bizarre killing of Zongo Youths

The Greater Accra Zabarma Palace, under the leadership of Sarki Alhaji Pro-Umar Abubakar Tanko, the Ghana Zabarma Association and Coalition of Zabarma Chiefs Ghana have added their voices to calls for justice by the Ejura Sekyere Dumase Muslim Youths last week.

This follows the death of two persons who were killed by the military in a join security operation to disperse youth who were protesting over the murder of social media activist Mohammed Ibrahim aka Kaaka.

In a joint statement signed by the Greater Accra Zabarma Chief and President of the association, Sarki Alhaji Pro-Umar Abubakar Tanko, described the conduct of the joint police and military operations as bizarre and condemnable.

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The statement calls on the Ministerial Committee to speed up with its work to bring the matter to rest.

It also called on the security services to do everything humanly possible to bring the perpetrators to book.

The Greater Accra Zabarma Chief who doubles as the President of the Coalition expressed condolences to the families of Mohammed Ibrahim also known as Kaaka and those who were shot during a peaceful protest.

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“We pray Allah gives the bereaved families the fortitude to bear the lost and grant the departed souls Jannatul Firdaws,” he noted.

He also commended the President, his Vice and the National Chief Imam for the swift response to the incident.

The group further called on the youth of Ejura to remain calm and allow the appropriate authorities do their investigation.

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“We wish to assure the good people of Ejura that the Greater Accra Zabarma Chief, the Association and the Coalition will follow up and ensure that the right thing is done,” he stated.

Sarki Pro-Umar Tanko further called on the President and his Vice to set up a committee to investigate all murder cases involving Zongo youths and outline measures to prevent such occurrences.

Godsway Charles Tudi is a senior editor at from Akatsi in the Volta region of Ghana. I am a graduate of the University of development studies with a degree in journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. At, trust is our number one priority. We fact-check all our stories before posting.

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