Demonstration is one of the major means which is used in every democratic state or country to send message of grievances to the sitting president and his cabinet. During the administration of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo, a number of demonstrations have be witnessed. We can talk about the Fix the country Demonstration and as well as the arise Ghana Demonstration which took place few weeks ago.
News coming in indicates that the man who was Injured in the eye during the Arise Ghana demonstration has complained that he can't see with his right eye. This complaint became known to the public when Sammy Gyamfi and some members of the Arise Ghana team visited the injured protestors at the Korle Bu Teaching hospital on Thursday.
I can not see with my right eye: man hit in the eye by rubber bullet during demo undergo eye surgery
What has changed in the history of protests and demonstrations? Most of the so-called leaders who champion as messiahs against protests and demonstrations, to free the country from dictatorship and bad governance are rather doing worse. Ironically, these individuals get the opportunity to rule and selfishly crave wealth and vanity forgetting about the people they say they were fighting for.
Former workers of Ghana's toll booths are embarking on a demonstration today, July 5, 2022. According to the words of the Vice President of the Union who spoke to citi news, "the government should do the right thing and settle this matter once and for all."
Some members of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) Task Force have been deployed to schools to ensure strict adherence to yesterday's nationwide strike action declaration. The strike action commenced yesterday, July 4,2022. However, it is expected to take full force beginning today, July 4 across the country.
Arise Ghana Movement staged an unprecedented two day protest in Accra. The demonstration which started peacefully ended violently on day one. At least 12 police officers sustained injuries while a number of demonstrators were equally injured. What made the protest beautiful is that it attracted a number of people from different parts of the country and from different backgrounds.
The former Chairman of the People's National Convention (PNC), Bisnaab Ambataayela Bernard Mornah discloses in an interview with the host of Gumbe show, Mugabe Masse that if he does not succeed Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, some other person will succeed him. According to Bernard Mornah, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is Ghana's biggest problem and he has to step down from his position for Ghana to progress.
A funny picture of Inspector General of Police, George Akufo Dampare and the Arise Ghana Demonstration leaders is making rounds on social media. The much talked about demonstration by Arise Ghana ended yesterday. Many incidents happened during the demonstration which sparkled a misunderstanding between the police service and the demonstrators.
The issue of Ghana's joining the international monetary fund (IMF) program has been on the lips of politicians and Ghanaian citizens since it came to public notice. Some citizens believed it was a rush for the government to enroll with the IMF for funds since the current economic hardship in the country is connected to the global crisis in the world.
Tomorrow the IMF guys fly into Accra and it has created another ball of worry for why that quick response without following the due process. Meeting them with a flash protest would have been amazing, but the conservative Ghanaian society will be siding with the Police to talk about why didn’t you give the police 5 days' notice.
The Ghana police service has commended the good people of Kroboland for embarking on a peaceful demonstration. The people of the Kroboland has been protesting against the the electricity company of Ghana. Their concerns bothers on the installation of new prepaid meters in that area. They also want the government to retrieve all soldiers from their land.
The life of every individual matters most to their families, communities and Ghana at large because you form the great worth of the country. The youth wing of Ghanaians teamed up with a demonstration they called Arise Ghana, which allowed them to spit out red hot grievances to the leaders of the country about the hardships facing them and it turned out to be an unexpected demo.
Leaders of the Krom ay3 hye demo visit hospitalized protestors, 2 officers undergo emergency surgery
The Arise Ghana protest has finally come to an end after numerous Ghanaians took to the streets of Oko Adjei interchange and obra spots to protest against the economic hardship in the country. Although some protestors and police officials sustained injuries, it has been reported that the officials of the Arise Ghana demonstration reacted by showing their appreciation to their supporters (protestors) after some were injured.
Gabby Otchere-Darko has revealed to Ghanaians what happened to him and some NPP colleagues of his when they organised a demonstration in 2015. That was when the former President John Dramani Mahama was the President of Ghana. Gabby talked about how they were beaten during that demonstration, some of the protesters were able to run away but he failed to do that, but in a way to save himself he hid behind a tree.
Reality is the rule of the game called governance and anybody who is determined to rule must be competent enough to foresee any eventuality. Many promises made to the masses to win political power will have to be fulfilled otherwise excruciatingly hardships awaits them. Even as the survey shows that the majority of Ghanaians rejected this awful E-levy, the government gave assurances that it's either they implement it or go to IMF.
Members of the South African group; Operation Dudula, have planned to lead a protest against foreign nationals on July 2 in Pretoria (Sunnyside). In a video circulated online, some members of Operation Dudula are urging South Africans to join the protest to “reclaim our economy and Sunnyside.
The twenty-nine persons who were arrested by the Ghana Police Service on June 28, 2022, during the first day of the Arise Ghana Demonstration have been granted bail. This was relayed by Sammy Gyamfi, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) National Communication Officer and a participant in the Arise Ghana Protest.
The Kwaku Frimpong de as3m b3ba hitmaker has been in the news for a long period since the release of his hit song Kwaku the traveller. He's reacted to the just-ended demonstration which has led to the loss of lives and injuries to the people around, on an interview black Sheriff went ahead in saying the demonstrators went for the demonstration with a core aim and pleads the government seeks to take this idea into their consideration and address to them.
He was commenting on the recent Arise Ghana demonstration which saw scores of people pour onto the streets in protest against economic hardship. He added that he has reached a peak of sorts with demonstrations but will not sit on fence when the 4th Republic is under threat. “For me, I have done demonstration for a very long and I’m tired.
On Accra based TV XYZ, Bernard Mornah appeared on the show to make some powerful comments. Readers can recall how Bernard Mornah and other politicians led a vibrant protest for two days. Readers can also reminisce how security experts like Dr. Adam Bonah and other academicians have praised Mr. Bernard Mornah for his excellent leadership qualities during the demonstration.