Ghana's popular investigative journalist, Manasseh Azuri, has taken to his social media platforms to beg the Arise Ghana demonstrators to go on a peaceful demonstration and shouldn't disfigure it with violence. What makes him say this is because of the chaotic demonstration that went on yesterday at Obra Spot in Kwame Nkrumah Circle that left many injured, including Ghana Police.
Manasseh Azuri writes, "You're fighting a good cause. Don't disfigure it with violence. Please, don't. #AriseGhanaDemo"
"Manasseh yes you're right. The value of the demo is missing because of the violence, they should do it in peace. The police did well but i saw one Officer slaping one guy that was arrested which is unprofessional. Please let peace rain." Jones Amoah replies
Salvan10 also writes,"Well said my best writer but is the violence part that always send the message deep to the politician's spine. Why do you think in Ghana anytime people rise to do demonstration the leaders do not buy it."
They know the probability of it to be violence is high
What is your view on what Manasseh Azuri says?
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