- Kenneth Ghartey, one of the 3 lawyers who convinced the Supreme Court of Ghana to annul the ban on the FixTheCountry demonstration says they will help fix Ghana
- The young lawyer said this as he shared a picture of himself with his two other learned colleagues
- YEN.com.gh has compiled the most interesting reactions on this from Ghanaians on social media
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The Supreme Court of Ghana has annulled the High Court injunction on the #FixtheCountry demonstration that had earlier been scheduled to take place several weeks ago.
This was with the help of three young, bold, courageous, and passionate lawyers, Noah Tetteh, Kenneth Ghartey and Justice Sai.
One of them, Kenneth Ghartey, shared their picture in a post that is fast gathering massive reactions on Twitter.
On his personal handle, @KNOGhartey, Kenneth Ghartey indicated in the caption of the picture that they will help fix the country by winning cases in court for the movement.
See the post below:
Ghanaians have since been raining praises and admiration on the trio for their selfless service to the country.
No wonder the appeal succeeded. A squad of excellent and fine brains of the law. Victory to rule of law.
@Yaw_Beyin mentioned that:
If these guys go devote demma body give we say dem go carry all matters wey government jey hin eyes on top go court aaa, like I go worship them like gods on earth.
@CitizenSwanzy's words were:
Congratulations on this major landmark. I don't know much about law and court processes but I don't think it's easy to get the ruling of a high court overturned this easily. The burden of proof will be herculean!
Meanwhile, it will be recalled conveners of the social media protest dubbed #FixTheCountry were set to hit the street on May 9, 2021, YEN.com.gh earlier reported.
They wrote to the police to notify them of their intention to storm the streets of the capital in demand of an end to the excruciating hardships in the country.
The police, however, secured an ex parte injunction against the massive demonstration. The campaigners filed an application at the Supreme Court seeking to set aside the order of the High Court.
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