- Pressure group, Concerned Ghanaians is expected to embark on a massive demonstration on Monday, March 7
- The demonstration is feared to be premised on the economic hardships in the country
Pressure group calling itself Concerned Ghanaians are expected to demonstrate on March, 7 over what they describe as the high utilities, fuel prices and unemployment in the country.
Organizers for the demonstration,dubbed 'Y'ani Abre Demo' say they have served notice to the Ghana police service as protestation routes are yet to be laid out. The protest, which is expected to see about 5000 people particiate is expected to start at the Obra Spot near the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange in Accra and end up at the Hearts’ Park.
“We shall also take the opportunity to commune with one another as we seek to build on our peace and unity against the backdrop of this year being an election year,” a statement issued by the group shows.
The demonstration, if successful, is expected to be the second most well attended demonstration just as the election year draws near as concerns over the economic challenges currently in the country.