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Yagiba Kubori: Residents protest alleged police brutality after mass arrests

Yagiba Kubori: Residents protest alleged police brutality after mass arrests

Residents of Kubori in the Yagiba Kubori District in the North East Region on Wednesday poured onto the streets to demonstrate against what they say is the continuous police brutalities in the community.

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At a press conference, the residents gave the police a 24-hour ultimatum to release four people still in custody.

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Seidu Damba Abdulai, the spokesperson for the group, justified the killing of the alleged robber and accused the regional police commander of being complicit.

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A 40-year-old victim of alleged police brutality, who currently can not sit on his own as a result of the alleged attack shared his ordeal with Citi News.

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“What we need is justice, they should treat me to be able to continue with my farming

A woman whose son is among those in custody and is a candidate for BECE is pleading with the police to release him so he can go to school to prepare for the exams.

I am pleading with police to feel pity and fear God and then release my son so that he can prepare for the exams

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