The late Ibrahim Kaaka Muhammad’s wife, Zahada Muhammad has said she severally warned her husband over his activist move on social media but he failed to listen.
The mother of six in an interview with Citi News wants the Ghana Police Service to expedite investigations into the gruesome killing of her husband to ensure that the perpetrators are arrested.
By way of update, Ibrahim Muhammad died after allegedly being beaten by bodyguards of Sekyeredumase chief for making the NPP party unpopular by his activities on social media. He died on Monday, June 28, 2021, at Komfo Anokye after being transferred by doctors of Ejura Sekyeredumase District Hospital.
Back to the discussing subject Madam Zahada Hudu said her late husband had been using social media to highlight challenges within Ejura, particularly abandoned government projects that he believes deserve attention from state actors.
She believes his activities may have influenced some persons to attack him since he had been warned by some unknown persons prior to the attack.
Madam Zahada Hudu, who is saddened by the incident, demanded justice for her late husband.
“In the early hours of Saturday, we heard a loud noise in the house. I thought my husband was driving away goats from the house at the time. Little did I know that he was being attacked. We saw him in a pool of blood. The people bolted as soon as we opened the door to check what was happening.”
She indicated that, prior to the attack, her late husband told her he had been threatened to desist from his social media activities.
“Before the attack, he told me that someone had warned him against posting some issues on social media. I even warned him to stop since that could lead to his death but he wouldn’t listen. I know the person that issued the warning to my husband. We want the police to thoroughly conduct investigations into it to ensure the perpetrators are arrested,” she told Citi News
The police are thus asking residents to assist them with information that will lead to the arrest of the perpetrators.
Below is one of the posts shared by Macho Kaka before his death.