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#FixTheCountry Movement sets August 4th to protest after police backing

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Convenors of the #FixTheChavetry movement have said that they have finally met with representatives of the Ghana Police Service to finalize the details for their demonstration come 4th August 2021.

This they say will be their first start protest and wish “…to inform the public that per the Public Order Act, the Ghana Police Service will be assisting the Protest by directing the routes of the event to prevent obstruction of pedestrian or vehicular traffic.”

Route and Destination of the protest they say “We ask that all protestors gather near Obra Spot, at The Kwame Nkrumah Circle. The protest march will go through Kwame Nkrumah Avenue, to Farisco Traffic Lights. We will then take a left towards TUC, continue on the road leading past Kinbu Senior High School to join the John Evans Atta Mills High Street, we will then proceed to Independence Square where the Crowd will be addressed and subsequently dispersed.”

Touching on observing the safety protocols of COVID-19 and other public health measures, they entreated all attendees to observe necessary public health measures.

In a related post on social media, the Ghana Police Service has finally given its’ blessing to campaigners of the #FixTheConutry movement to go ahead with their protest on Wednesday, August 4, 2021.

It follows a successful meeting held on Monday, July 19, 2021, between the police administration and the convenors.

“The police are poised to provide the necessary security for the safety of the planned procession of members of the #FixTheCountry movement on Wednesday 4th August 2021”, the police said in a statement posted on its social media handle.

Meanwhile, August 4th in Ghana is usually observed as Founders Day, a day set to commemorate the contributions of all the people, notably the “Big Six” who led the struggle for Ghana’s independence.

Source: A1radioonline.com/ 101.1MHz/ Ghana

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