Citi TV just shared a post where they announced that Supreme Court has nullified the police injunction on the fix the country demonstration.
Recently, the Ghana Police service secured a court injunction against the Fix the Country demonstration which was scheduled for the 9th day of May.
This injunction was gained after the Ghana Police service filed a motion at the court which asked the court to prevent the demonstration from taking place. This was because of the social distancing protocol and COVID-19 protocols which banned the organization of mass social gathering.
The police notified the public and demonstrators of this new update by publishing a letter for immediate press release. See the letter.
The fix the country organizer also sent a petition so that the court remove the injunction.
This demonstration is really needed as there has now been an increase in the fares and fuel prices.
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