The Ghana Police Service has indeed been doing a great job ever since the Arise Ghana Demonstration took off yesterday. Pictures and news from various platforms show that one of the demonstrators has been arrested this morning for possessing a pistol.
The Arise Ghana Demonstration started yesterday in a very calm manner but getting to the end of the protest, the demonstrators and the Police were seen pelting stones and rubber bullets to each other.
But fortunately, the police was able to subdue the violent demonstrators and some were even arrested. The demonstration commerced this morning despite the violence that happened yesterday. We were all expecting that noting bad happens but per the current news a man who was holding or possessing a pistol has been arrested by the Police.
The police were seen taking the said man away from the crowd. And later on he was placed in a police vehicle to be taken away. News from JoyNews confirmed and reported it.
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