“He Threw The First Stone”, Pic Of Alleged Police Officer Who Joined The Demo To Cause Chaos Pops Up
Violence all over as the first day of the Arise Ghana demo has come to a sad end leaving many injured after a clash between the protestors and the police service. There has been series of comments indicating that, the police service had some of their members who dressed like demonstrators to join the demo.
Member of the Arise Ghana advocacy group who receive a few rubber bullets in the eye during the Arisd Ghana demonstration a couple of weeks ago. Briefing the media, the leader of the Arise Ghana group Bernard Mornarh announced to the general public that on the 28th of June 2022 one of their members during the peaceful protest got shot severally in the eye after a rampant plastic bullet spraying spree by the Ghana police service in an attempt to control the crowd from moving towards the jubilee house.
The Ghana Police Service has indeed been doing a great job ever since the Arise Ghana Demonstration took off yesterday. Pictures and news from various platforms show that one of the demonstrators has been arrested this morning for possessing a pistol. The Arise Ghana Demonstration started yesterday in a very calm manner but getting to the end of the protest, the demonstrators and the Police were seen pelting stones and rubber bullets to each other.
Readers can reminisce how some Ghanaians have shared their thoughts on some economic and political issues during the demonstration held on Tuesday, 28th June to Wednesday, 29th June 2022. During the Arise Ghana demonstration, many protestors held placards to tell their problems. Other protestors also complained bitterly about poor living standards in the country.
Today marks the second day of the historic Arise Ghana demo which has attracted many citizens across the country. This Demo is set to draw the attention of government to the hardship Ghanaians are going through and also to keep government on its toes in finding immediate solutions. Yesterday being the first day was violent as things didn’t go as planned after a clash between the police and protestors which caused some properties of the police device being destroyed and also leaving members of both parties injured.
The economic hardship in the country (Ghana) now has made all Ghanaians stand to petition the government through demonstration. Recently this week, the Arise Ghana embarked on two days demonstration in the province of Accra. Interestingly tomorrow, the organisation department of Asikuma Odoben-Brakwa NDC together with it’s Constituency Executives are set to stage a demonstration dubbed ‘Nana Edzi Hen Ewu’ on Friday, July 1, 2022.
A viral video posted by Ekuonaba TV has received massive reactions after a man who was part of the Arise Ghana Demonstration and a member of the NDC revealed he got injured during the protest. When he was giving a speech, he forgets to add his injured arm and he was later remembered by National Communication Officer for the NDC, Sammy Gyamfi.
The two days Arise Ghana demo has served both positive and negative purposes by attracting the attention of government on the rise in the prices of goods and services and also the violence that occurred during the demo leaving many injured including the police and the protestors. On the first day, circulating in social media was images of some police personnel who got injured and were given first aid.
The New Patriotic Party [NPP] can hold a congress at night but citizens cannot demonstrate at night what's wrong with this country called Ghana. Do you mean, terrorists will look at an event that has all our problems gathered at one place and say oh no, we are waiting for the Arise Ghana demonstration and others.
Nyaho Tamakloe is one of the Npp’s VIPs who you would dare not talk against because he is part of the founding fathers of the party and is very strict. Many people have recently referred to him as a person who seeks to imitate the former president, Jerry John Rawlings.
Ghana's popular investigative journalist, Manasseh Azuri, has taken to his social media platforms to beg the Arise Ghana demonstrators to go on a peaceful demonstration and shouldn't disfigure it with violence. What makes him say this is because of the chaotic demonstration that went on yesterday at Obra Spot in Kwame Nkrumah Circle that left many injured, including Ghana Police.
The group called Arise Ghana has been engaging in a two-day demonstration that ended today. The demonstration has been characterized by a lot of unpleasant things including a clash between the Police and demonstrators. The demonstrators have sent another strong message to Akufo-Addo while ending their demonstration today.
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 second day of Arise Ghana's road fight in Accra over fuel cost climbs, charge on electronic installments and deteriorating monetary circumstances was sans episode contrasted with the primary day of the dissent on Monday. Dissimilar to the principal day of the dissent, which finished rashly with individuals from the Arise Ghana Group conflicting with Police at the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange, Tuesday's dissent was generally occurrence free.
A yet to be identified man has been arrested by the Ghana Police for carrying a gun at Elwak Stadium, the convergence point of the day 2 of the Arise Ghana demonstration. The police personnel picked up the man and drove of the scene with him in custody.
A demonstrator named Joshua Akamba was reportedly seen carrying a firearm today, Wednesday, June 29, among the mob of protesters gathering outside the El-Wak Stadium, according to the police. Members of the Arise Ghana pressure group were also told by the police not to use catapults when they started Day 2 of their protest on Wednesday, June 29.
The Police accompanying the Arise Ghana Demonstrators have spotted Joshua Akamba, a member of the Arise Ghana demonstrators and the National Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) with a gun. The police made the discovery while protesters massed up at the El Wak Stadium on the second day of the Protest which turned sour on its first day.
The Ghana Police in a statement released today has commend the people of Kroboland for a peaceful demonontration. The people of Kroboland did a demonstration on July 1 to register their displeasure of the government’s inability to respond to their petition about the involvement of military personnel deployed to assist the ECG in the ongoing prepaid meter installation.
Some Policemen Joined Us To Demonstrate Against The Government and Their Bosses-Sammy Gyamfi Alleges
The much touted demonstration by “Arise Ghana”, which is an amalgamation of the various political parties and some CSos came to an end yesterday after their petitions was presented to Parliament and the Finance Ministry. Even though the first day was marked with some violence which resulted in recording some injuries and the Police and the demonstrators, the second day was largely peaceful.
A political movement in Ghana who is called Arise Ghana Youth hit the streets of Greater Accra, the capital city of Ghana to demonstrate against the government amidst the poor economic situation in the country. They embarked on the first phase of the demonstration yesterday which ended up with demonstrators throwing stones at the Police present there and the Police, in turn, firing tear gas to deter the crowd from throwing stones and engaging in other acts of violence.