Captain Smart has sent a bold message to the Ghana Police about their upcoming demonstration against the government on 4th June, 2022.
Speaking on Onua FM, Captain Smart revealed that the person who wrote the notification letter to the Ghana Police service should be arrested. According to Captain Smart, their main reason for the demonstration is to force the government to do the needful by fixing the country. He added that the demonstration will never be a success when the demonstrators have plans to bring guns and other private security personnel to their rally. Captain Smart believes that such letter is fake.
This comes after the Ghana Police Service received a letter from the FixTheCountry group of an intended demonstration on June 4th. In the letter, the demonstrators urged the police to allow them to carry along some registered guns and other weapons and also allow them to bring on board private security personnel. The police denied them their request for this reason. Captain Smart reveals that the letter was written by a different person and not the FixTheCountry group.
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