The year 2021 has been a year with full of demonstrations and protests everywhere on the streets of Ghanaians. And truth be told nothing shows that these consistent and huge demonstrations will end anytime soon.
Currently, there is this new and a very huge demonstration that will be coming off tomorrow which is on the 2nd September 2021.
This demonstration is named as "Our Land Borders Now! Demonstration" and is hugely powered by the new Member of Parliament for the Jomoro Constituency Honourable Dorcas Affo-Toffey.
The Member of Parliament, Dorcas Affo-Toffey has been very persistent about the opening of the land borders for some months now. She once met the Authorities at the Elubo border about the he opening of the border but she was told they can't do anything about it because it's a national order.
And now she has been talking about it how the closure of the land borders has affected people living in these border towns and those closer to these towns. Now she is powering a demonstration that happen live tomorrow on the streets of the people in Elubo.
On her Facebook platform the Member of Parliament gave some reasons why these land borders in the country should be open for the movement of humans. She talked about some African countries that have opened their land borders, she mentioned Cote D'Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Togo and Nigeria.
She concluded with her post that, the people are suffering and she pleads with the president to humbly grant the wishes of these people.
Below is what she posted on her Facebook platform.
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