The resort to demonstration is one of the means through which citizens from different countries openly express their opposition and displeasure in certain policies. Demonstration has become a regular term in the history of Ghana so far as politics is concerned. The current economic hardship situation in Ghana, coupled with insecurity and the dissatisfaction from Ghanaians has led to a recent campaign and trend, #fixthecountry. The conveners and organizers of this trend for the past few weeks have looking forward to receive permit to carry out a huge protest and demonstration. Unfortunately for them, COVID-19 has disguisedly been used to stop them from demonstrating.
Today, a question surfaced on Facebook has received massive reaction online from Ghanaians. The question was posed as a form of riddle. It quizzed Ghanaians as to which political party in Ghana, likes demonstrating but fears demonstration. The options were PNC, Convention People's Party, National Democratic Congress and the National Patriotic Party. Most Ghanaians opted the NPP as the political party who liked demonstration but fears demonstration.
Check out some of the reactions.
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