#FixTheCountry convenors have another date in court

The case between the #fixthecountry conveners and the Ghana Police Service concerning plans by the former to demonstrate, has been adjourned to Monday, 21 June 2021 by the Criminal Court 1 of the Accra High Court presided over by Ruby Aryeetey.

The attorney representing the state prayed the court for some time to file their affidavit in opposition to one filed by the lawyers of the conveners and that prayer was granted.

Subsequently, the #Fixthecountry campaigners told the media that they were ready to go the full hog.

One of them, Mr Brownson Adatsi, said: “Our lawyers did not file their motion earlier or did not give the motion to the republic, so, what we are going to do is that the case has been adjourned to Monday and we have to come back, so, we would have to meet with our people and then communicate to the larger group”.

“This is a movement for the people, so, until we get in touch with the people, we can’t tell you what we are going to do next but we are still trying to mobilise people, so, anyone who feels they can help mobilise people in their district or towns can visit our social media pages and get in touch with us @GHfixthecountry”, Mr Adatsi said.

“We have always been saying that we live in a broken system and these processes are part of the broken system we are talking about”.

“If we are saying we want the country to fix these problems; then we are not discouraged or disappointed. We know it is going to be a long journey, and we are ready for the journey ahead,” he added.

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