Former Central Regional Chairman for the National Democratic Congress, Allotey Jacobs has sends another strong message to fix the country protestors after supreme court quashed High Court decision denying them not to demonstrate on the streets across the country.
Allotey Jacobs speaking on peace FM morning show Wednesday, 9th June, 2021, stated that the government should allowed the protestors to go on demonstration but they should bare in mind that, the police shall protect the sovereignty and the stability of this country no matter what happened.
According to him, police warning to the general public stating that Ghanaians should not join fixthecountry protestors is understandable and said looking at what is happening in other country about covid-19, they should be extra careful.
He questioned that for so many years now, is this the only time that people should be calling on government to fix the country?
Allotey Jacobs said the protestors should keep on doing propaganda because he knows that fix the country protestors are coming from a certain block and looking at their language and colour, it tells you where they are coming from although he agreed with them.
He warned them that they should be extra careful if they are going on demonstration and said they should obey everything from the police and keep themselves safe because they are not in kumipreko era.
"If the youth are frustrated, somebody would just come out to lead them and cost a lot of violence in the country and that is what I know in politics.
If they are going to demonstrate, they should be extra careful and they should obey instruction and keep themselves safe because the police will protect the sovereignty and the stability of this country.
People are taking advantage of the fix the country issue to destroy their opponent in power to get a sympathy vote in the coming election" he said on the show.
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