Just recently has gotten online after a lot of people reportedly receives police rubber bullets and beatings during the Arise Ghana Demonstration, The Police say 12 of its officers have sustained various injuries from the Arise Ghana demonstration.
Arise Ghana Group, a group comprised of National Democratic Congress members, Social Society groups, concerned Ghanaians, and unemployed youth among other people have revealed that they will be demonstrating for two days, the 28th and 29th of June, 2022 against the hardships in the country. One very silent thing is what they hope to achieve after the demonstration of what they are demanding from the Akufo-Addo government.
According to the Ghana Police Service, the injuries were sustained due to attacks from the protesters on Tuesday. “Unfortunately, all without any provocation, the demonstrators began pelting the police with stones,” parts of the release stated.
Also, reports receive clearly show more than 30 protesters have also been admitted to hospitals due to teargas exploited in the area as the crowd failed to obey the police rules.
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