Kaaka's death was as a result of 'family feud'
Per the findings of the Committee, they are convinced that the testimony of Sadia Fuseini gives a clear account of what led to the death of the young man.
Kaaka's death was not as a result as social media activism but a 'family feud', the three-member ministerial committee has made known.
According to them, regardless of deceased involvement in upholding the Ejura community to receive the best of treatment from the government which allegedly may have received threats, Kaaka died as a result of family dispute.
The President, Nana Akufo-Addo, earlier in July 2021, directed the Interior Ministry to conduct a public inquiry following the killing of two persons and injuries to four others by soldiers during a protest against the killing of a social activist, Ibrahim Muhammed, popularly known as Kaaka Macho.
In a 55 page document, the committee chaired by the Justice of the Court of Appeal, George Kingsley Koomson revealed that testimonies of Sadia Fuseini, Kaaka’s co-tenant, backed by the testimony of Aminu Mohammed a resident of Ejura, was “reasonably probable” and they are convinced that is what led to the death of the young man.
“We, after careful examination of the evidence relating to the events preceding the death of “Kaaka”, are convinced that the evidence testified to by Sadia Fuseini is more reasonably probable than the unsubstantiated evidence of Abeewakas and Sahada Hudu which are more speculative,: the document said.
“We, accordingly find that , the death of “Kaaka” was not directly linked to his social media activism. It is more probably a family feud. This is also supported by the testimony of Aminu Mohammed a resident of Ejura and a friend of the late “Kaaka”.