As tomorrow marks the beginning of planned demonstration and street protest of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). This becomes necessary for the youth to know the route to be used during the protest.
Firstly, all the members will converge at Accra Mall and proceed to the Liberation Road and Opeibea House. Then pass to the Aviation Road and to Swithback Road continually to Flagstaff House. In continuity, from Flagstaff House to AKo-Adjei interchange and finally to the Parliament House.
The daughter of the former President John Dramani Mahama disclosed the converging time on social media. The time is 6AM. The plan and the route was agreed by the leadership of the party and Ghana Police Service. All matters relating to the march was discussed and agreed, including the Covid-19 protocols.
She made this assertion in a Facebook post revealing the various route that will be used for tomorrow's "March for Justice Demonstration". This is to ensure peaceful protest by the NDC youth.
Below is the post.
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