The Coalition of Concerned Ghanaians (CCG), which includes leaders from a variety of political parties, civil society organizations, and other recognizable groups, has announced that all security plans for its Thursday demonstration have been finalized.
In a statement, the Coalition said that they had decided on the routes and other modalities for the demonstration after a meeting with the Greater Accra Police Command on Tuesday, February 8, 2022.
“All and sundry feeling the pinch and bearing the brunt of insensitive Akufo-Addo/Bawumia administration as well as those who will feel the severe impact of the E-levy, if passed,” the Coalition says, “are invited to join other well-meaning Ghanaians at the Obra Spot at 7:00am on Thursday, February 10, 2022 for the Yentua demonstration.”
“Fighting for our survival and the survival of future generations is a clarion call and a civic duty.” The Coalition stated, “This is our country, and it is up to us as citizens to make it a better place.”
Attached is the statement from the Coalition of Concerned Ghanaians