The planning and organization of the Arise Ghana Demonstration scheduled for the 28th and 29th of June this month is going to be one of the smoothly planned and less interfered demonstrations in Nana Addo's government. Aside that, this demonstration has been backed and it has received massive endorsements from some top journalists and personalities.
"I hear the Dictator has blocked the Arise Ghana demonstrations. Again?"
Earlier on, one of the planners of the demonstration, Sammy Gyamfi, announced that they had completed all the processes with the Ghana Police Service successfully. But then, what could be the reason for this blockage? Or should Ghanaians just treat it as a rumor from Oliver Barker?
If this true, then this administration will go down as one of the intolerant administration in the country?
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