Police file for injunction against Minority’s intended demonstration route

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The Minority’s suggested routes for its demonstration against the Governor of the Bank of Ghana and his two deputies have been blocked by an injunction requested by the Ghana Police Service.

On September 5, The Minority will attempt to march from Makola to the facade of the Bank of Ghana through Rawlings Park and Opera Square.

The police counter that the route is frequently overloaded with both pedestrian and vehicular traffic and that using it could jeopardize public safety, public order, and the provision of important services.

The minority had rejected their alternative path, which would have started at the parliament building and ended at Independence Square after passing through the Osu Cemetery Traffic Light.

The September 4 hearing for the injunction is intended to stop the minority from taking their preferred path.

Read the full statement from the Police below:

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com

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