The brutality meted out by military personnel in some parts of the country has received massive condemnation by scores of Ghanaians and security analysts.

On Tuesday, June, 29, soldiers who were deployed to control a group of angry protestors at Ejura, were captured on video firing live bullets into the protesting crowd, resulting in the death of two residents with four others severely injured.

Again on Thursday, a group of soldiers was seen in a video brutalising some residents of Wa in the Upper West Region.

Their action is said to have been triggered by an alleged theft of a mobile phone supposedly belonging to one of the military officers.

On today’s edition of The Probe, Emefa Apawu will host some resources persons to discuss the topic “Law Enforcement in Ghana; Maintaining order while respecting the rights of citizens.”

The Upper West Regional Minister, Dr Hafiz Bin Salih; Vice Chairperson of Parliament’s Defence and Interior Committee, Ophelia Quansah Hayford; Chairperson of National Commission for Civic Education, Josephine Nkrumah; Programme Director Of West Africa Network for Peace Building, Levinia Addae Mensah.