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Captain Mahama’s Murder was all planned and Here’s how it happened

According to a military Capo who spoke with Abusua Fm in Kumasi has revealed that the event that led to the death of the Late Captain Mahama was all planned.

The military man, who was part of the platoon detailed to a mining company at Denkyira-Obuasi, speaking on anonymity has revealed that the murder of Captain Maxwell Mahama of the 5th Infantry Battalion (5BN) was all planned by his assailants and even gave details as to how it all happened.

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He said;

“Denkyira-Boase and Diaso will never know peace. We are not going to attack them but God in his own way will atone for the death of this soldier who was killed by the very people he went to protect. You can see that his lynching was well planned”.

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“We won’t fight them back because if we want to fight they cannot fight us. They have not only killed a soldier but they have killed the spirit of a soldier. They accuse us of beating residents and not beating Chinese nationals engaging in galamsey and in revolt killed one of us like a fowl. Captain Mahama was a good man he could have killed dozens of them with the weapon he had if he chose to when he realized his life was under threat in self-defense”.

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He concluded that people should respect the lives of a soldier. And the fact that, it is no news when they die on the battlefield but when a military officer is killed in the manner Captain Maxwell Mahama who was killed in his home country at a town he went to protect its folks, it makes the situation very annoying.

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