In May this year, Ghana woke up to one of the most unfortunate and unforgettable mob action in the history of the nation.A military officer was lynched to death in broad day light in Denkyira Obuasi in the Central Region.
While the nation was still grieving and trying to come to terms with the unfortunate incident, two personnel of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) were hospitalised after
enduring a severe beating at the hands of some residents of Assin-Akropong in the Central Region.
The two, Egah Gyemfi and Benjamin Nkansah,were part of six officers who were called into the community to retaliate the beating of a civilian friend.
In a case of mistaken identity,the officers stormed the community and beat up a wrong target, Robert Adei and this caught the attention of the residents which eventually became a street fight.
The assault happened 48 hours after the fatal beating and killing of an Army Captain Maxwell Adam Mahama in the same region.
Don’t wait till it happens to us!