The National Democratic Congress, NDC, is currently on a demonstration dubbed, "y3 gy3 y3 sika" demonstration through some principal streets of Accra.
Clad in part colours as well as red outfits, party sympatisers turned up in their numbers to make their concerns known.
According to them, the demonstration is to register their displeasure over the corruption activities of the New Patriotic Party, NPP.
Another purpose for the walk was also in honour of the late founder of the NDC, Flt Lt. Jerry John Rawlings.
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Speaking to YEN.com.gh, some of the party sympatisers mentioned that they decided to show up for the walk because, they were tired of the family and friends government being run by Akufo-Addo.
According to the women who are believed to be traders, they lamented the hardships they went through each and everyday just for their survival.
One woman mentioned how hard it was for her to simply feed herself three times in the day.
She also added that, if the NPP government is voted of power and the NDC wins, the lives of Ghanaians would take the right turn instead of the direction it had taken for the past three years.
Meanwhile, the NDC flagbearer, John Mahama, has promised to bring to justice the assailants who murdered the late investigative journalist, Ahmed Suale.
He said his next administration will ensure that the mystery around the death of Suale will be unearthed while those who committed that heinous act are brought to book.
Mahama was speaking at community engagement with the chiefs and people of Wulensi, Northern Region, the hometown of the late Suale, who was murdered in January 2019.
He assured the people of that constituency and called on them to vote massively for the NDC to snatch power from the NPP.
Telling how he is going to do this, Mahama said he will use the powers and forces given to him by the state to ensure that the killers of Ahmed Suale are caught.
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