In the course of the Arise Ghana demonstration today, Tuesday, 28th, 2022, Bernard Mornah, the former chairperson of the PNC party has chronicled how certain prominent people during the demonstration had to skillfully maneuver their way to run from the actions of the police.
The past People’s National Convention chairman, Bernard Mornah mentioned that the walk by well-meaning Ghanaians to register their frustrations to the government saw other political figures exhibit certain skills to escape the actions of the police.
In as much as Asiedu Nketiah was able to escape, Mr. Ofosu Ampofo, the National Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC)’s hapless head saw him fell. Mr. Mornah said.
Describing the scene by Mr. Mornah, he said, Mr. Ampofo “fell as his sandals got hooked to the balustrade of the KIA vehicle they were in and “he was blinded” by the explosion of a tear gas that landed in front of him.“ He echoed.
As if by coincidence, another political leader, nearly fell again.
The demonstration continues tomorrow.
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