This platform is burnt on providing you with fresh updates and Critical analysis on incumbent issues raging from Political to entertainment through nature and health. Please don't hesitate to hit the follow button above for more updates on issues at hand. The Public Order Act 491 of the 1994 amendment gives restrictions to public assemblies such as demonstrations, campaigning and the likes, to help protect life and properties of inhabitants of a locality or country at large. However, the aftermath of the elections
The former deputy general secretary of the NDC has indicated that it is disheartening having to see some people on the street in the guise of demonstrating whilst their paymasters are not with them on the ground. He made a post on his Twitter page hammering on the recent uproar caused by some National Democratic Congress (NDC) members who believe that the results of the recent election were rugged and twisted in favor of the incumbent president and the New Patriotic Party. This was after the party had declared
Kweku Baako Fires Parliamentary Minority For Presenting Petition To The Electoral Commission Kweku Baako has made sentiments regarding the decision of the minority in parliament, to forward a petition to the EC on the 23rd of December 2020. The Chief Editor has frowned on the claim by the minority in parliament that they were going for a walk. To him, the minority categorizing their movement as a walk is outrageous. Mr. Kweku Baako said if he wakes up in the morning and takes a decision to go jogging, it's acceptable
FIGHTERS STATEMENT ON ‘AKYEM SAKAWA BOYS’ DEMONSTRATION. The Economic Fighters League in collaboration with #BlackLivesMatter movement on 6th of June this year organized a vigil in commemoration of all Africans in Africa and in the diaspora whom have been victims of inhumane treatment and murder, after having duly notified the police. During the course of the event, the police disrupted the event and insisted notification had not been served despite numerous evidence to the contrary. The Commander in Chief
Every citizen has rights to “lawful protest” to things there are not happy with . Especially when they protest within the remits of the law ! The need now is on state institutions especially the Police service to ensure they use best practices to manage the protest ! Again , excesses during protest are to be expected, and managed properly ! If we are ready for democracy we should appreciate that the NDCs “protest” against media houses and the EC need not to make sense to you an NPP sympathizer or the
The Youth Wing of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) cannot be protected by the Accra Regional Police Command at the planned 'March for Justice' demonstration. Despite acknowledging receiving the letter, the police have said it cannot provide security for the planned demonstration and street protest due to COVID-19 restrictions.
NDC's demonstration is unlawful - ACP Kwasi Ofori. The NDC supports assumed control over the roads to crush property and deny residents of true serenity Partner Commissioner of Police (ACP) Mr Kwasi Ofori, Accra Regional Operations Commander, Ghana Police Service, on Thursday said the demonstration being coordinated by allies of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) was unlawful. He said the NDC didn't look for consent from the Police, thusly, they had penetrated "the Public Order Act 491 which expresses
'.An old minister, 71 was captured by police and blamed for 'homophobic explanations' after he lectured from the book of Genesis in the Bible, saying God made just two sexual orientations and needed families to be going by a 'father and a mother'.71-year-old minister captured for telling gatherers that God made just 2 sexes 71-year-old minister captured for telling gatherers that God made just 2 sexes The godly man was tending to a group outside Uxbridge Station in West London when two cops raged the ground and requested him to slip from the platform.