The Deputy Youth Organizer of the NDC, Edem Agbana, has revealed that they are embarking on the 'March for Justice' demonstration because they believed president Akufo Addo is asleep so, they want to wake him up to the insecurity in the country.
Edem Agbana made this statement on the 'New Day' program on TV3 this morning, 6th July 2021, when he gave reasons for the NDC's 'March for Justice' demonstration.
"We are of the view that maybe the president is asleep and he is not aware of this happenings, so we want to wake him up with the demonstration. That is why we will march and go to the Flagstaff House today and present a petition to the president, and then we will go to Parliament and present another petition as well." He said
According to him, the point is that President Akufo Addo, by his act, utterances, and conduct, has shown that he doesn't care about the plight of Ghanaians.
He added that if President Akufo Addo cares for Ghanaians, he would have taken more drastic measures in ensuring that we have solved the issues of insecurity in this country.
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