A huge monument goes up Wednesday, May 29 in Accra, immortalising the soldier who went down fatally via barbarism of a mob in the Central region in 2017.

The Major Maxwell Adam Mahama statue stamped into the Airport Hills Roundabout in Accra, looking down on motorists as they return the look more contemplatively.

Residents in the high-end location of the monument have been sharing their good feelings about the statue.

It will be a source of reflection, a resident told the press.

The late young Major with his family

The unveiling marks exactly two years since Ghanaians learnt to their horror that, the young Captain with the 5th Infantry Battalion had been clobbered to death in Denkyira Obuasi. He was stationed there to check the menace of illegal mining.

The Ghana Armed Forces on Monday announced that the government had approved the naming of the roundabout near the plush Airport Hills in Accra, after slain soldier, Major Maxwell Adam Mahama.

The site where Late Major Mahama was stoned to death and his body burnt by residents who mistook him for an armed robber


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