Paul Adom Otchere of Metro TV’s ‘Good Evening Ghana’ deliberately played a video of the 9th May 1995 biggest demonstration called ‘Kume Preko.’ He played the video after he discussed the issues that led to Ghana police denying the #FixTheCountry crusaders a demonstration.
Know that the #FixTheCountry crusaders have an intention to repeat a replica of ‘Kume Preko’ which took place in 1995 on May 9th by the current President -Nana Addo Dankwa, Kwesi Prat, Charles Wereko-Brobbey and many others.
They were, however, denied the opportunity because the Executive Instrument on Covid-19 restrictions on social distancing is still active, thus, the demonstration can only happen after the restriction is lifted.
Having said that, Paul Adom played a video of a news reportage on the ‘Kume Preko’ demonstration. According to the reportage, 5 people died and many were injured during the demonstration. It also narrated how the crusaders of the demonstration crashed with other crusaders with a different motive.
In a subtle manner, Paul Adom Otchere wants to hint at the fact that there could be dire consequences if indeed the youth want to repeat a ‘Kume Preko’ in 2021.
Although he didn’t utter a word after he played the video, his funny laughter that climaxed at the end of the video only makes sense.
Well, the message is decoded now!
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