The former president of Ghana and found of the National Democratic Congress took to Twitter to express his concerns.
In his statement, he advised that the law enforcement agencies specifically the police to enforce the law with a human face devoid of excessive force.
Mr Rawlings stated “Let’s all comport ourselves with maturity and cool-headedness and allow an investigative process devoid of emotions. The police must also be seen to enforce the law with a human face devoid of excessive force. Lets not become victims of a political-media circus. At the end of the day, whatever happens, must be based on the integrity of the truth.”
— Jerry John Rawlings (@officeofJJR) March 21, 2018
Koku Anyidohois still in the custody of the BNI and have not been granted bail. The Investigative body has been given the go-ahead to go through Koku’s electronic devices as part of the investigation process.