NDC Banned From Holding Protests In Accra


The National Democratic Congress has been restricted from additional protests in Ghana’s capital, Accra over the 2020 races.

The police in a statement said it has made a limiting request against the NDC from leading on additional protests and shows in Accra.

The statement added that, “in an issue between the Republic (Ghana Police Service) and National Democratic Congress and Kobina Ade Coker, the High Court, under Justice Elfreda they Dankyi (Mrs.), has disallowed all NDC expected protests from Sunday twentieth December, 2020 — tenth January, 2021.

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“The preclusion request follows an Affidavit recorded by the endless supply of notice from the Greater Accra Regional Chairman of NDC, Kobina Ade Coker, on expected every day protests inside the previously mentioned dates in Accra and all voting public across the region.”

“The solicitation by the NDC can’t clearly be met by the police considering continuous post-political race and multifaceted security tasks for the bubbling season. The Regional Police Command is therefore drawing the consideration of the overall population particularly supporters, devotees and allies of the NDC, to the limitation request.”

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