The leadership of the mouthpiece of the Colleges of Education Students thus: Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana (TTAG) has swiftly condemned the gruesome murder of the late Wulo Chamey Silas.
The late Wulo Chamey Silas was graduate of the Methodist College of Education in Akim Oda and a member of TTAG.
The leadership of TTAG also disclaimed speculations that the late Wulo Chamey Silas was a political activist or has been involving himself in partisan politics as carried by some media outlets.
In a press statement issued by the mother Association of Teacher Trainees across the forty-six (46) Accredited Public Colleges of Education in Ghana noted with sadness, the regrettable murder of its member and are therefore calling for a proper investigation into the matter.
The Association is therefore calling on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s government through the law enforcement agencies to conduct an independent investigation into the murder of the trainee graduate.
TTAG also called on government to ensure that, the culprits are brought to face laws of the land irrespective of who is involved to serve as a deterrent to others.
The Association announced that, a delegation has been sent to the bereaved family in Banda Ahenkro to console and mourn with them.
Last week, news brought out that, the late Sillas Wulo Chamey was attacked and killed in the ongoing registration by Kwame Afrane, a blood brother of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary Candidate for Banda Constituency, Hon. Joe Danquah in a clash between some NDC and NPP activists. According to reports, the military and police were all aiding in the attacks on innocent civilians in Banda which has resulted in the death of this promising young man.
Read below the full statement from the Association, TTAG.