The member of parliament for North Tongu Constituency, honourable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has jumped in support of his constituents who were jailed by the state, assuring them that he and the lawyers are ready to vindicate them.
On September 25, there was a violent invasion in the north Tongu Constituency where some people of the Constituency were arrested on suspicion of being involved in the violence. But according to Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, all those arrested on such suspicion were innocent.
Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa in a Facebook post promised that all the innocent constituents in the north Tongu Constituency who were picked by the state security in connection with the investigations in to the September 25 violent invasion are always in his prayers and should be rest assured that he is working around the clock to get their freedom for them.
He added that their lawyers are doing a great job and he is hopeful that the Human Rights' court will grant all of them their complete freedom and vindicate their right to also participate in the December elections on 7th December 2020
"All my innocent constituents who were picked by state security in connection with investigations into the September 25 violent invasion of our beloved constituency should be assured they remain in my thoughts and prayers.
Our lawyers are doing a great job and I am hopeful the Human Rights’ Court will tomorrow grant you all your freedom and vindicate your right to vote on December 7.
You are not alone in this struggle." He shared
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