Previous President John Mahama has censured the grisly shooting occurrence at two mosques in New Zealand killings it as “modest demonstrations of weakness”.
Mahama in strings of tweets spilled out his heart to the influenced families and instructed against the slaughtering with respect to guiltless individuals for the sake of religion.
“Our hearts are with all unfortunate casualties, their families and the general population of New Zealand following the apprehensive psychological militant assaults against Muslims at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand,” he said in one of his tweets.
He includes, “There must be no spot on the planet for fear based oppressors, covering up under the shroud of belief system or doctrine, to visit savagery on guiltless residents based on their confidence. We appeal to God for recuperating and quality for the injured. May their spirits never be broken by these modest demonstrations of weakness.”
The 2020 Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress further exhorted Ghana to draw exercises from the New Zealand occurrence and kick against any type of political vigilantism as exercises of such gatherings have mark on Ghana’s majority rule government.
“Yet, while we petition God for New Zealand, we should find a way to control any unfavorable consequences for our majority rules system by our very own homegrown image of fanatic aggressor vigilantes,” he advised.
49 individuals were killed Friday by a shooter rampaging through the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Mosque In Christchurch with an arms stockpile of powerful firearms.
What has been portrayed a psychological militant assault is accepted to be executed by a white patriot radical who posted a supremacist proclamation on the web and gushed live video of the assaults on Facebook.
Police in New Zealand affirmed that 41 individuals were murdered at Al Noor Mosque and seven at Linwood Mosque, and another unfortunate casualty kicked the bucket at Christchurch Hospital.
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