We Are Tired Of Akufo-Addo’s Dictatorship - NDC Supporters
Members of the NDC have slammed President, Akufo Addo describing him as a dictator as they hit the streets of Accra to protest. The supporters of the NDC are also decrying what they say is the growing injustice in the country under the leadership of President Akufo-Addo. The party said the march will also signal the beginning
of public sensitization activities to compel government to rid the security agencies of the NPP hoodlums and misfits who have been recruited and are being used to terrorize innocent and peace loving Ghanaians. The march will also be in solidarity with the silent majority of security personnel who are concerned about the
undue politicization of recruitment and appointments to the detriment of professionalism and also discipline. Meanwhile, the party’s General Secretary Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia has called on participants to observe the COVID-19 protocols as they press home their demands. As we march for justice tomorrow, in protest against the
growing levels of insecurity, lawlessness and impunity under the Akufo Addo/Bawumia government, it is also important that we also endeavour to observe all the necessary COVID-19 safety protocols in the interest of the health of protestors and the nation at large. This has become even more imperative, given the emergence of
the deadly Delta Variant of the novel coronavirus in the country. Therefore also wish to urge the Organizers of tomorrow’s demonstration to ensure strict adherence by all protestors to the following precautionary guidelines. All protestors should endeavour to wear face masks throughout the march. That is, from the converging
point to the end-point, he said in a statement on the Monday. It added, Social distancing at arm’s length between rows of protesters should be maintained at all times throughout the march and also physical contact avoided as much as possible. Protestors should also endeavour to use hand sanitisers periodically in the course of the march and Protestors should wash their hands at the end-point of March before dispersing.