It’s been two years since the demise of Captain Maxwell Adams Mahama, posthumously Major Maxwell Mahama.
The security agencies — Defence Ministry, the Military High Command will today, 29th May 2019, unveil a statue in honour of the armed force soldier who died in cold blood.
Report says a 20 ft monument has been mounted at the Airport Hills roundabout and it will be unveiled today, two years after the demise of Maxwell Mahama.
Meanwhile, a group calling themselves Coalition of La Association (COLA) is against the statue mounted on the Ga land.
According to the spoke’s person, Oscar Nii Odoi Glover, they are against the move because they believed the best place to have mounted the statue is where the horrific incident occurred.
“The entire La State is against putting up the statue on our land. It is not just COLA. We are only a group in La. Anything can happen in the future. They have 24-hour military guard, we know it but we’ve not made our mind to do anything against it,” he noted.
Major Maxwell Mahama was stoned to death in May 29th, 2017, at Denkyira Obuasi. Residents claim they mistaken the armed soldier to be an armed robber.