Musician Shatta Wale can’t seem to get over the gruesome murder of Major Maxwell Mahama Adam who was lynched by people of Denkyira Obuasi in the Central Region.
According to him the town, the people who live there and anybody who hails from there do not deserve any mercy whatsoever.
The “Taking Over” Singer in an interview with Kwasi Aboagye on Peace FM’s “Entertainment Review” said, if he had the power he would bring bombers from Iraq and Afghanistan to bomb and destroy the entire township.
“If I have my own power, I would bring people from Iraq or Afghanistan to bomb the town and all the people there and kill everybody there because everybody that comes from there has that evil mind”.
Shatta emphasized that the people there have devilish minds and they have started fleeing into other towns so if he had his own way he would kill all of them to stop them moving to Accra and other parts of the country to infect good people with their satanic minds.
“We have to kill all of them because those people will start moving to Accra very soon and they will start killing people and we will not know who would be doing it. I believe that what is going on there, the people there, from their children to their great-grand children, all of them are bad people and they kill human beings. In fact, they eat human beings”.
“What God is telling me is what I am telling Ghanaians right now that the people in the town they kill people, they eat human beings and they are witches. God will punish all of them”, Shatta stated adding that the entire village must be burnt to the ground.
“We have to burn that town. I wish someone would give me one tanker of petrol, I would burn the town and all the people who live there from children, women to aged people because if you leave children, they will grow to follow their parents and grandparents’ footsteps”.
The late Major Maxwell Adam Mahama, was lynched with parts of his body burnt by some residents of Denkyira-Obuasi in the Upper West Denkyira District of the Central Region Monday, 29th May 2017.
According to initial reports, he was mistaken for an armed robber by residents after he was seen jogging in civilian clothes with a gun on him.
Later, reports suggested he was attacked and killed by the townsfolk who identified him as a soldier deployed to stop them from undertaking illegal small-scale mining in the area.