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“Let The People Go!” – Stonebwoy, King Promise, Wendy Shay, Others Speak Out Against Arresting Protestors



The BHIM Nation frontliner has been thrown into a state of disarray at the moment due to the event of the past day.
Ghanaian citizens are known to be very peaceful people and that alone would make the events of yesterday an extremely confusing one to everyone who hears it.
The recent demonstration was staged around the government house popularly known as the Jubilee House.
During the mass protest, Ghana police disrupted, manhandled, arrested, and detained the peaceful protesters.
This action portrayed by the police against the citizens present at the protest ground has been labelled a breach of democracy, as a result, there is a serious uproar on numerous social media platforms.
According to reports making rounds on social media, many people have been arrested and detained by the police awaiting their court appearance.
Famous Ghanaian media personality and Metro TV news presenter, Bridget Otoo, was among those manhandled, and speaking to TV3 news about her experience, the female newscaster narrated her ordeal in the hands of the Ghana Police.
Bridget Otto narrated how her dress was thorn when she made attempted saving a young Ghanaian who appeared for the protest from being taken away by some of the police officers for commiting no offense whatsoever.
His wrongdoing just like every other of the protesters present at the protest ground was coming out to exercise their right as free Ghanaians.
This development has caused a massive stir on social media, and Ghanaian social media users are dragging the ruling party NPP led by the President, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo for trampling on the rights of well-meaning Ghanaian citizens.
Joining their voices for the noble cause, numerous celebrities have also come out to speak against this action.
Some notable Ghanaian celebrities who featured in the expression of displeasure over the the treatment of protestants are, Stonebwoy, Gyakie, King Promise, Wendy Shay, and Fella Makafui.
Whether you support the arrested protesters or not you cannot deny that they have the constitutional right to assemble and freely express their grievances. Dissent after all is the hallmark of every democracy. Our right to enjoy the freedoms our constitution has bestowed on us should not be unjustly curtailed” Stonebwoy wrote
“It’s sad to see what’ s happening to my brothers and sisters in Ghana. freedom shouldn’ t be fought for, it must be free for all. all we’ re asking for is good governance and economic freedom” Gyakie stated.
“Imagine crying about hardship and being made to suffer for peacefully crying out. Ridiculous! Where’ s the democracy? We deserve better!” King Promise added.

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