The The North Tongu MP, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has in a blunt criticism believed, the youth who are struggling to demonstrate so that their country could get better needn't if it is a political rally or the funeral of a prominent politician.
MP Samuel Okedzeto Ablakwa comment comes after the fix Ghana protesters secured a supreme order allowing them to freely carry out their demonstrations.
But responding to these remarks on Facebook a while ago, the former Deputy Minister for Education in Elsewhere Mahama government, described the challenges faced by youth in protest efforts as necessary because, what they want to do is not a funeral for prominent politicians or a political rally.
"The Ghanaian youth who are engaged in a battle of their lives just to demonstrate so their country could get better would have had no difficulty at all if they had said they were organising a political rally or organising a funeral of a prominent politician."
He further stated that administrative bureaucracies by the authorities have confirmed the motherland needs a huge correction or rework.
" The actions of authorities keep confirming that truly a lot needs fixing in this our motherland."
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