- Political activist, A-Plus has called out the Ghana Police Service for preventing the #FixTheCountry demonstration
- It was originally scheduled to be held on Sunday, May 9, 2021
- A-Plus says it was ironic that the service blocked the demo because it needs to be fixed
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Political activist, A-Plus, has called out Ghana Police for preventing the #FixTheCountry demonstration planned to hold on Sunday, May 9, 2021.
The service through the courts blocked the planned demonstration on the basis of COVID-19 restrictions.
Over the past week, Ghanaians have been campaigning virtually against the government led by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo over social and developmental issues in the country.
A Plus, born Kwame Asare Obeng in a new video seen by YEN.com.gh stated that it was ironic that the Police are against #FixTheCountry when the service needs to be fixed because of poor working conditions.
"All of you have to be part of fixing the country," said A-Plus. "You have to be careful when you don't speak the truth. This would affect all of our future."
"dey r usin bribe to build mansion at amasaman oh...dey don't care about saglemi," commented rapper, Wanlov.
Akosua defended the police writing: "Please, don't blame the poor policemen living in one room with their kids, they are all suffering but they have no choice, they have to obey instructions from the rich IGP and other officers!!!!!!!! Otherwise"
Meanwhile, YEN.com reported earlier that Twitter Influencer and originator of the #FixTheCountry campaign, KalyJay has asked for prayers in the face of mounting pressure.
On May 10, 2021, the originator of the campaign tweeted asking for prayers, and YEN.com.gh cannot confirm what necessitated the tweet.
"Pray for me." tweeted Kalyjay. He has since received major support after he sent out the tweet with many pledging to pray, and defend him.
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