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Check Out Asiedu Nketiah’s Reply To A Journalist Who Asked Why He Is In A Car Demonstrating

The much anticipated demonstration ever to happen in Ghana, ‘Match4Justice’ has taken place today July 6, 2021 on the street of Accra as the demonstrators started from the Accra Mall and ended at the Parliament House in Accra.

The said demonstration was staged by youth of the direct opposition National Democratic Congress(NDC) over the recent killings by security personnel after two persons were shot and killed by armed military personnel in Ejura in the Ashanti Region few weeks back after a clash.

The demonstration was said to be a peaceful one by the help of the Ghana police service who did their job to control the crowed who partake in the demonstrations. Thousands of people showed up at the Accra Mall in the early hours of today for the exercise to take place.

Big man of the Political party with the likes of Sam George, Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Mr. Kofi Boamah Otokunor, The General Secretary Of The NDC, General Asiedu Nketiah, just to mention few were present at the even that took place.

But surprisingly, the General Secretary was captured matching for justice in a Car. Something that has never happened before.

However, in the course of the match to the Jubilee House, a Adom TV Journalist asked the Secretary who was matching for Justice in a Car and he explained the circumstance that led to his decision.

According to him, He decided to match in a Car due to the deadly Coronavirus pandemic. He explained that, Doctors have advice that, persons above 60 years should try as much as they can to adhere to the safety protocol and The only way he can practice the social distance, one of the safety protocols is to do that.

He further explained that, people who sees him at the exercise would want to take selfies with him and that could put his life in danger.

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