‘Country is hot, our girlfriends are moving to Togo’, is one of the inscriptions that highlighted the demonstration staged by the Justice 4 Ghana group on Wednesday, December 8, 2021.
Dubbed the ‘Yentumi Ahokyere’ demonstration, the group hit the streets today in their numbers to march to parliament to make their grievances on the 2022 budget heard by Members of Parliament.
Initially, the leadership of Justice 4 Ghana had planned to lead the group through the capital before proceeding to parliament.
However, following talks with the Ghana Police Service, it was agreed that protesters will converge at Efua Sutherland Park and move to the Parliament House to present their petition.
Complying with the Police, members of Justice 4 Ghana joined by members of the public jammed to Peter Tosh’s ‘Equal Right’ song en route to present their petition to parliament.
Immediate past chairman of the People’s National Convention (PNC) Bernard Mornah’s ‘Justice 4 Ghana’ protest currently underway. It is expected to end at the Parliament House #StarrNews #GHOneNews pic.twitter.com/uaYqoZiPFi
— GHOneTV (@GHOneTV) December 8, 2021
— Ghana News Agency (@GHANANEWSAGENCY) December 8, 2021