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Captain Smart To Join Arise Ghana Demo

The ability to plan protests with the goal of bringing attention to complaints is one of the most important aspects of democratic practice. When the people speak up for accountability and transparency, that is the only voice that African leaders seem to hear.

Since it will pressure the ruling administration to improve and be more accountable to the people, the street will continue to be one of the easiest and simplest avenues for obtaining justice for a very long time. Arise Ghana is a nonpartisan organization that is unaffiliated with any political party.

The activists are eager to have two days of protests back-to-back, beginning on June 28 and 29. The majority of the media have consented to take part, and Captain Smart has stated his intention to take part as well.

The top broadcasters lamented that politicians, religious leaders, and important state securities officials collaborated to form this political administration in their speeches this morning. Nobody is brave enough to be honest, therefore each of these components gains from the system they have created.

He said "I will partake in arise Ghana demo, we have to organize demonstration every week. Dampare, the IGP doesn't have money for petrol, and the interior ministry budget has not been approved. its about time as a country we realized that things aren't right. We have been brainwashed for far too long and as a people, we must rise to demand accountability"

Source: OnuaTv/Makye

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