" I never knew where Asiedu Nketiah learnt this skills from. He skillfully and quickly threw himself on the ground to hide from the dangerous gases. He then stretched his hands for his handkerchief to cover his face as he buried his face on the ground to escape the flying teargas" Bernard Mornah explained few minutes after the ARISE GHANA DEMONSTRATION.
Well, that was how skillfull Johnson Asiedu Nketiah who is the General Secretary for the opposition National Democratic Congress managed to hide himself from rubber Bullets and teargas explosions.
Yesterday, his colleague Ofosu Ampofo reportedly got his eyes Blinded by the spreading teargas. As for Asiedu Nketiah, nothing happened to him due to his self protection.
Yesterday, members of ARISE GHANA DEMONSTRATION GROUP took to the streets to protest against President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and the ruling New Patriotic Party NPP.
Everything turned chaotic after the protesters started hurling stones at the Police. They had no option than to use minimum force to disperse the crowd. That was when Asiedu Nketiah's action reportedly occurred.
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