The National Communications Director of the largest opposition party, NDC has finally set the records straight after the Ghana police service stormed the law court in other to call off the most anticipated demonstration organized by the “Arise Ghana” members.
Speaking in a recent interview on Asempa FM, Sammy Gyamfi expressed his immense disappointment in the court for their final ruling on whether the most debated demonstration would fone off or not aside from revealing that, he was undoubtedly surprised to witness the court’s decision on the case.
“The IGP, Dampare, and his team didn’t want us to demonstrate but the court has given us the go-ahead to do it. The two things that seem to keep bothering me are the time frames allocated for the demonstration and the towns the court ordered us to embark on the demonstrations within. I have never seen any court do such a thing since I was born; they can’t tell us what to do”, Sammy Gyamfi emphatically revealed.
In conclusion, Sammy Gyamfi made it clear that the Arise Ghana demonstration was still happening amidst court issues as the organizers are willing to put all hands on deck in other to help address challenging issues under the Akufo Addo government.
Do you think that the demonstration shouldn’t be held till midnight due to terrorist issues as highlighted by the law court even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
What are your thoughts on Sammy Gyamfi’s recent claim about the decision waging was taken by the court to dissolve the most anticipated demonstration which has caused massive reactions online even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
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