His stance comes on the back of fine of £250,000 slapped on former Chelsea defender, Kurt Zouma for kicking a cat in a video that sparked an outrage around the world after it emerged on social media.

Oliver Barker compared the compensation families of victims who were murdered by military officers in Ejura, Ashanti where they received $250,000 apiece as recommended by a government investigation commission.

According to the legal practitioner and counsel for one of the victims, this shows the level of importance Ghanaian accord to human life in the country.

250,000 a piece for the Ejura victims, £250,000 fine and deal cancellation because Zouma kicked a cat. In France, he faces prison time.
“It’s better to be a cat in the UK than a human in Ghana,” 
he wrote on his Facebook page.

Meanwhile, Yoan, brother of Kurt Zouma has been put under suspension by his club, Dagenham and Redbridge for recording the video that showed the moment Kurt attacked his cat that has sparked outrage.

Kurt has as of now been fined £250,000 by West Ham while his two pet cats have been seized by the RSPCA after the video of him punting and slapping a cat was delivered on Snapchat.

Kurt has likewise missed out on his own sponsorship with Adidas, who ended its arrangement with the French protector on Wednesday.