Accra- The opposition National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) “March for Justice Demonstration and Street Protest” will come off on Tuesday, July 6.
The protest, the organisers say, is against the what they call “the growing levels of insecurity, lawlessness and impunity” under the New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration.
A statement issued by Mr George Opare Addo, National Youth Organiser of the NDC, and copied to the Ghana News Agency, in Accra, said the protestors would converge at the Accra Mall at 0600 hours.
From there, they would proceed onto the Liberation Road to Opeibea House, then through the Switchback Road.
It said the demonstrators would then continue through the Ako Adjei Interchange to the Parliament House.
It said the Leadership of the March would be presenting a petition to both the President at the Jubilee House and the Speaker at Parliament House.
“We wish to assure the public that much effort has been put into ensuring the safety of everyone who will participate in the street march,” the statement said.
It noted that all existing COVID-19 safety protocols would also be enforced to ensure the safety of all.
The statement said the action had so far received the goodwill and support from many Ghanaians.
“This demonstrates that the generality of Ghanaians are in support of marching against the social ills this government has visited on us as a people,” it said.
Source: Ghana News Agency