Online media sensation Efia Odo and thirteen others have been captured by the police for exhibiting at the court complex in Accra.
The 14 were important for #FixTheCountry conveners who had visited the court for a case hearing.
As per reports, the gathering was showing on the shoulders of the street before the law court complex where the Criminal Division of the Court was hearing a case by the police looking to put an order on the #FixTheCountry exhibit.
The individuals held notices fighting before the court.
Not long a while later, the police came and captured them.
The campaigners have over the most recent two months requested to show their dissatisfactions with what they say is the deteriorating day to day environments in the country.
Their solicitation has been met with firm opposition from the Ghana Police Service, which has refered to winning Covid-19 limitations as explanations behind not permitting them.
As per our journalist Francis Ntow who was at the scene, the capture happened soon after the High Court dismissed procedures to convey a decision on the considerable case at 1:30 p.m.
All things considered, the Attorney General is trying to banish the #FixTheCountry campaigners from leaving on a dissent.
This additionally happened few moments after the High Court excused an underlying complaint that looked to prevent the Attorney General from addressing the Police Service for the situation.
The legal counselors for the heads of the dissent protested the Attorney General’s appearance in court on Monday, contending that the case was simply and exclusively inside the space of the Ghana Police Service to arraign.
Regardless, the adjudicator, Justice Ruby Aryeetey of the Criminal Division of the High Court concurred with the entries of the Attorney General in the matter and governed against the campaigners.
The record given by a portion of the conveners demonstrated that a cop working at the court trained them to leave the premises.
In any case, the official later called for reinforcement, prompting their capture, which was driven by the Director of Operations at the Accra Regional Police Command.
One of the conveners, Brownson Adatsi who addressed The Ghana Report insisted that no explanation was given by the police for the capture.
“I don’t have the foggiest idea about the justification which they have gotten them since they haven’t done anything. They haven’t upset the public harmony, neither have they upset the court procedures,” he said.
He proceeded to say that, “They were at the passageway, and they reserve the privilege to hold whatever they were holding. We will follow it up and realize what is next for us.”
Mr Adatsi communicated worry over the activity of the police, and said, “The police, which ought to teach individuals are somewhat ridiculing the laws. This is a decent sign for our battle, and we are on the whole going to meet them any place they need to meet us.”
Police testing Fix The Country fights
A new Supreme Court deciding that put away a previous directive on the #FixTheCountry showing is no motivation to assume that the arranged common rebellion will occur.
That is as indicated by the Public Relations Officer of the Accra Regional Police, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Effia Tenge. The PRO uncovered the comprehension of her office on Tuesday evening in a meeting on Accra-based Joy FM.
As per Tenge, the Supreme Court’s call didn’t likewise ban the police from serving the convenors of the dissent with a preventive notification. She denied charges that the police is proceeding to meddle with the exhibit in contradiction to the Supreme Court’s decision.
“It’s anything but since the police is looking for a controlling request against the convenors. This case has been forthcoming in court after the police recorded an ex parte movement that limited the conveners of #Fixthecountry from leaving on their showing. But since we went on an ex parte, for which the court conceded a directive, we need to return to the court and this time around, on notice. We desire to broaden our limitation,” Tenge explained.