After the National Youth Organizer of the National Democratic Congress, George Opare Addo meeting with police, he noted the Ghana Police Service has allowed them to embark on their March for Justice Demonstration on Tuesday, July 6, 2021. 

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This meeting with the police was due to a decision made earlier by the police not to allow the NDC to follow through with their demonstration for they will not be able to provide them with security. 

“We had a very fruitful meeting. They have agreed that they will allow us to protest. They withdrew the first letter they wrote to us, and so we also withdrew our statement we issued, and then they agreed that it was our democratic right to demonstrate, so it was not a difficult meeting at all,” George Opare Addo 

With police allowing NDC to go onboard with their March for Justice demonstration, chairman of Ashanti Region, Benard Antwi Bosiako, popularly known as Chairman Wontumi threatens to stop the NDC demonstration as he finds no meaning to it. 

According to Wontume, he sees the demonstration to be senseless. For that reason, he promises to organize a group of people to face the NDC in a demonstration against them. 

He gives his reason for one NDC member who died by gunshot at a meeting grounds of the NDC which was chaired by the General Secretary of the National Congress  Johnson Asiedu Nkatia and Chairman Ofosu Ampofo at the party’s office in the Ashanti regional office in Kumasi. This event happened approximately on February 18, 2019. 

He argues the NDC to demonstrate over the events that happened on February 18, 2019, to give justice to their late party member instead of demonstrating against NPP on the Ejura case.

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Nana Konadu Berima Twebeboa is currently an Educationalist with the Alberta School Board, in the city of Edmonton, in Alberta. She holds a degree in Sociology from York University in Toronto, Canada. Born in Ghana, Nana had her basic educations at Peters Educational Complex, Peace Preparatory and St.Theresa school all in Kumasi, Ashanti, Ghana. As a lover of sports, Nana was a team member of both her school’s net and volleyball teams. She relocated to Canada in the early 90’s and continued her high school at James Cardinal McGuagan high school and later York University where she obtained her bachelor’s degree and masters at the University of Alberta in Sociology Nana Konadu Berima Tweneboa Kodua is a fun loving person, loves to research and educate and entertain.