Agyapa demo blocked but others were allowed to protest over social media comment – A Plus

Former New Patriotic Party campaigner Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A Plus has reacted to the Court’s injunction on Alliance for Social Equity and Accountability (ASEPA) planned demonstration against the Agyapa royalties deal.

ASEPA has planned to stage a demonstration on Monday, September 21, 2020 against the controversial Agyapa royalties agreement. But the Ghana through the IGP went to court to seek for injunction on the planned demonstration.

“It is hereby ordered that, the respondents herein namely ASEPA and Mensah Thompson [Executive Secretary] or any other group of persons affiliated to the respondents are prohibited and restrained from demonstrating against an agreement passed by the Parliament of Ghana popularly known as Agyapa agreement which demonstration is intended for 21st September 2020”, the restraining order from the court said.

Kwame A Plus in reaction to the order from the court against the planned demonstration said he cannot fathom why a group from the Akyem were allowed to stage a demonstration against former President John Mahama over his social media comment despite covid-19.

“The IGP has run to the high court with an Exparte to secure an injunction against the Agyapa Demo in this same country where a group of people were allowed to demonstrate because of a social media comment.”, he wrote on his Facebook page sighted by Ghana Guardian.

The post added: “This is the country that is so religious that we have demolished buildings worth millions to build a church for God.”

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