Civil Society group, OneGhana Movement has reiterated its call for an independent investigation into allegations of torture made by the journalists from ModernGhana who were arrested, against the National Security.
The group is also demanding the release of a video footage of the interrogation process as a way of ascertaining whether indeed the journalists were tortured.
In a statement signed by Emily Kanyir Nyuur, OneGhana Movement said the failure of the National Security to release such a video footage would lay credence to the allegations of torture.
‘’This we believe, will enable us “The People” to make our own judgment and reaffirm our confidence in the National Security and its ethics. The failure to do so will affirm the allegations and explain the reasons for their failure to allow Mr. Ajarfor to have access to counsel or even make a phone call for family to be present’’ the statement read in part.
Read the full statement below: