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Arise Ghana: 'Fake Injury' Of A Demonstrator Exposed [Video]

An NDC communicator called Prince-Derek Adjei, who claimed the police fired a rubber bullet that hit the ground before hitting him on the hand, and had to be treated by the Ambulance, has allegedly been exposed in a video of faking his injury.

The video clip shows him seemingly forgetting his injury and clapping strongly at the Arise Ghana post-protest press conference when Sammy Gyamfi was speaking.

He sort of quickly either remembered he was injured or from real pain, suddenly stopped with an expression of what many Twitter users are referring to as "Fake pain" expression on his face.

Prince-Derek Adjei is a former NDC presidential staffer and former deputy CEO of the National Youth Authority and Youth Enterprise Support. His political portfolio has led many to believe he most likely, allegedly faked his injury to tarnish the image of the police and the NPP Government.

There were however a few who also defended the injury of Prince-Derek and thinks his expression was one of real pain. Watch the video below and share your thoughts on whether it is real or fake in the comments section.

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