Stonebwoy has expressed his displeasure with the assassination of Kaaka and the other two men who stepped up to demand justice for their brother.
Four people were shot during the demonstration, with two of the protestors confirmed dead, causing uproar on social media.
According to Stonebwoy in a tweet, the blame for the lives lost in Ejura should not be addressed solely at the president, but also to the military and police who precipitated the chaos.
“Kaaka didn’t have to die,” says the narrator. He was merely pushing for the betterment of his fellow citizens’ lives, including those who murdered him. Stonebwoy continued to address the outrage on social media before saying, “He was killed because he refused to be a spectator.”
They were simply expressing their dissatisfaction. Despite this, the men and women who swore an oath to defend and serve us with honor attacked them.
Justice must be served for Kaaka. The police and military must be held accountable for the deaths in Ejura.