The National Democratic Congress (NDC), as of yesterday 1st July 2021 has announced to the general public through their youth wing that the demonstration and street protest which is "A March for justice" would take place as planned without any limitation by section 1 of the public order act, 1994 (Act 491).
According to the youth wing of the National Democratic Congress, the Ghana police service has slept over its duties and core responsibilities that the citizens of the country Ghana.
"The Ghana police has metamorphosed into an agency of politics being used by the government for its partisan bidding". They said.
They added that there is insecurity, loss of hope, no jobs, and killing of innocent citizens of the country by the security forces, and the level of unemployment in the country is growing.
They, therefore, admonished the general public with enthusiasm that no law in the country gives the police the power to stop demonstrations or protests in Ghana.
"The power to stop lawful demonstration does not rest with the police". They added.
Below is the full document of the press release by the NDC.
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