Minister of Defence, Dominic Nitiwul, has urged the family of slained soldier, ‘Trooper’ Imoro Sherrif to remain calm and have faith in the state security system to bring about justice.
Mr. Nitiwul made the appeal when members of the ‘Defense and Interior’ Committee of Parliament paid a visit to the deceased’s family at Ashaiman to express their condolences.
Minister of Defence, Dominic Nitiwul. The mother of the slain officer, Afia Kyerah, said she is devastated by the death of her son. She said she had no idea her son was visiting Ashaiman after taking a sick leave from his base in Sunyani in the Bono Region.
The Chairman of the Committee, Kennedy Ohene Agyepong said the visit was for the Committee to acquaint itself with the incident. Imoro Sherrif was killed at Ashaiman Taifa with multiple stab wounds on Saturday, March 4 by an unknown gang.
The death of Sherrif Imoro sparked serious brutalization of residents of Ashaiman by the military, which has been condemned by many.