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Yentua Demosntration: Security personnel charged to be vigilant

Kwame Owusu Appenteng, a member of the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) Communication Team, has advised security troops assigned to enforce law and order during the opposition's scheduled demonstration against the e-levy to take extreme care.

Mr. Appenteng's warning followed previous rallies organized by the National Democratic Congress (NDC), which resulted in property destruction and public order disruption.

"We shall beg security services to be gentle while dealing with the NDC at their Yentua demonstration since they are untrustworthy." We all witnessed an NDC MP instigate a demonstration, which culminated in tires being burned in the middle of the road. This is sufficient evidence that we must remain vigilantOn February 12, 2022, the opposition NDC plans to take to the streets to oppose the e-levy bill currently before Parliament. This is according to George Opare Addo, the National Youth Organizer, who announced preparations for the demonstration on Twitter.

His message was as follows:

"Activism starts with you, democracy starts with you; get out there and be involved!" "Tag, you're the one." Thom Hartmann is a writer who lives in the United States.

This is a rallying cry to show our vehement opposition to this cruel tax. You can't be forgotten! This is a war we're all in together!! #Yentua will provide more information shortly.

Mr. Appenteng advised the NDC to continue with the demonstration because it would only serve to demonstrate that the NPP is the greatest administration for Ghanaians.

He claims that the town hall discussions on the e-levy, which were led by

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George Opare Addo Kwame Owusu NDC National Youth Organizer Yentua


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