The Accra Regional Police Service has responded to the NDC's 'March for Justice' demonstration conveners that they cannot provide the needed security at their scheduled demonstration on 6th July 2021, citing various reasons.
The NDC's Parliamentary candidate for the Oforikrom constituency in the 2020 election, Henry Osei Akoto, has said that the police will have to shoot all of them at the demonstration at Accra if they are bent on stopping them from demonstrating.
Henry Osei Akoto made this statement in a post he tweeted on Twitter yesterday, 1st July 2021, when he reacted to the police letter that says that they cannot provide security at the NDC's 'March for Justice' demonstration.
"Mind you, this demonstration is not being organized by #GHfixthecountry conveners.
Any political attempt hiding behind a powerless police system to frustrate us will be strongly resisted.They will have to shoot all of us in Accra at this demo.We are ready to die!!!" He tweeted
Check out his tweet below:
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