US Lawyers React To Bawku Brutalities
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 21, 2009
Kwaku Boafoh Agyeman, Esq.
Tel: (973) 821-5377
The Association of Ghanaian Lawyers of America (AGLA) has learned with shock the cruel and inhuman treatment some personnel of the Ghana Military Service recently meted out to residents of Bawku. Two of the victims reported to be teachers in the area have been thoroughly humiliated by the egregious conduct of the military personnel deployed to the area to quell renewed violence in the region. AGLA is astounded at this conduct, now memorialized in grotesque photographs of persons being forcibly paraded naked on the streets of Bawku, one with a gun stuck in his mouth. These photographs are circulating freely on the internet and social networking sites. The worldPosted On: December 22, 2009