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Police goes to court over ‘Arise Ghana’ night demo, Jubilee House picketing

The Police have hauled the organisers of Arise Ghana to court over the gathering’s arranged showing.


The organisers of Arise Ghana had advised the Police of its goal to hold its exhibit in the capital, Accra for two constant days and for its individuals to likewise picket before the Jubilee House during the evening.


The Police, in a letter dated June 13, 2022, answered and encouraged that to satisfactorily guarantee the wellbeing of demonstrators and different individuals from general society, the exhibition shouldn’t go into the evening.


In any case, the gathering neglected to consent to the Police’s mandate on the modalities of that dissent convincing the Police to go to court.



“Due to the lack of agreement between the Police and the organisers on the time for the demonstration and location for their planned picketing, the Police have had no option but to submit the process to the court for a determination, a statement by the Police signed by the Director of Public Affairs, Chief Superintendent Grace Ansah-Akrofi said on Sunday, June 26, 2022.

The Police in its statement further assured the organisers and the public in general of its readiness to provide security for the demonstration once the matter is determined by the court.


The hearing is scheduled for tomorrow Monday, June 27, 2022.




Source: Otixpres.com

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