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Social Media Reacts To Gruesome Murder Of #FixTheCountry Activist, Kaaka Mohammed (Pics + Videos)

Social Media has been blazing for hours following the gruesome murder of one of the activists of the #FixTheCountry campaign, Kaaka Mohammed.

In series of tweets sighted by, Rabiu Alhassan @alrabiu tweeted "Spontaneous protest in Ejura following the killing of #fixthecountry activist turns bloody. Police and military personnel were seen on live TV shooting at protestors. According to @JoyNewsOnTV reporter, unconfirmed reports say 4 persons have been shot"

Che @CheEsquire added "Why will any person deploy the military to attack demonstrating youth. One of them has been killed and they are protesting then you deploy the military to attack them. Is there any sensible person in this Akufo-Addo government at all? #FixTheCountry"

Annie Afua Ampofo @AAA_Grey tweeted "4 persons allegedly shot in Ejura following the death of '#FixTheCountry' protester Kaaka... Residents still demonstrating... More on Metro News now..."

Che @CheEsquire added "The media houses have received instructions not to describe Kaaka as #FixTheCountry activist. They've started saying he's a social activist. These people are so scared of this Akufo-Addo government. It's a sad thing"

1Don gh @AmistyTv said "Efia Odo has spoken for the first time following the death of one staunch #FixTheCountry protester known as Macho Kaaka. She asked if doing something that would be to the greater good was beneficial in such circumstances. Asem oh!#FixTheCountry"

Twene Jonas @glass_nkoaaaaa added "Retweet @NAkufoAddo and @JDMahama should be sentenced 25 years each for murder, corruption and mismanagement. The system must work 24/7#WeAreAllKaaka#FixTheCountry"

Twene Jonas @glass_nkoaaaaa tweeted "Retweet You can kill us all..........we demands justice. Fools how do you think useless people like you would be allowed to ruin all our lives??? You're crazy#WeAreAllKaaka#WeGoDemonstrate#FixTheCountry"

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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith



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