The editor in chief for new crusading guide news paper, Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako Jnr has stated that Government should leave fix the country protestors alone and focus on what they are doing than to prevent them from demonstrating across the country as they're ready to go on the streets.
Kwaku Baako Jnr speaking on peace FM morning show today, Wednesday, 9th June, 2021 made this statement known when supreme court dismissed High Court decision to stop the fix the country movement from demonstrating in the country.
A lot of people have been asking that why is the government preventing the protestors from demonstrating and register their displeasure against the Government but Kwaku Baako Jnr, has told Government that they should allowed the people to demonstrate and focus on what they are doing because it is their right and it cannot be taken from them.
He however stated that he will vote for fix the country protestors if it needed to vote on it to demonstrate and encouraged Government to allow them to do what they wanted but the Security agents has to monitor them.
" The people are entitled to do what is their right and what they want in the country but Government is also entitled to focus on their agenda and projects they want to do.
I will vote for that if it is needed and they should allowed them to go out and demonstrate but the police should monitor them closely not to go against the law" he said.
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