The Ghana Police Service has served a notice to the general public following a successful two-day demonstration organized by Arise Ghana.
The demonstration started on Tuesday and ended on Wednesday. There were a lot of violent incidents on first day of the demonstration. A number of police officers as well as protestors were injured. Some police officers were taken to the Police Hospital for treatment while others who had minor injuries were treated at various mobile clinics.
Day 2 of the demonstration has been described as a satisfied demonstration by the Ghana Police Service. The Ghana Police service has revealed that they are happy with the conduct of the demonstrators at the second day of the demonstration. They urged Ghanaians to conduct themselves just as the Arise Ghana demonstrators conducted themselves on the second day of their demonstration.
The Arise Ghana Demonstration was organized by some members of the NDC and some concerned citizens. Their main aim is to hit hard on the government for causing hardships on Ghanaians. They created several play cards and wrote some inscriptions to tell their problems to government and the general public. High fuel prices, inflation, Agyapa Deal, police brutality, etc were examples of their complaints on their play cards.
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