Don’t take revenge, God will defend you – Nitiwul to Imoro Sherrif’s family

Source The Ghana Report

The Minister of Defence, Dominic Nitiwul has urged the family of slain soldier, Imoro Sheriff to have faith in God and the Ministry to seek justice for their son.

He also asked them to remain calm as a family and not to take revenge.

Mr Nitiwul said this when members of the Defence and Interior Committees of Parliament paid a visit to the family at Ashaiman on Thursday, March 16.

Imoro Sherrif, a trooper with the Ghana Armed Forces was found dead at Ashaiman Taifa on Saturday, March 4, 2023.

“Don’t take revenge as a family and people of Ashaiman. The gods of Ghana will answer you. I know that it is difficult for all of us, but God has a way of defending the defenceless and Ghana will defend this family and the people of Ashaiman and in doing that, we will do what is right by the law. We at the Ministry of Defence are there and will support you”, he assured.

According to the police, the 22-year-old trooper was returning from a visit to his girlfriend when two attackers stabbed him in an attempt to steal his belongings.

He has since been buried while six persons arrested in connection with his death are on police remand.

Meanwhile, his death led to an invasion of Ashaiman by some soldiers.

The soldiers allegedly brutalized several residents in the hope of finding the killer of the colleague.


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