Ghanaian youth set to go virtual after Ghana Police restrain the youth from participating in a peaceful protest march on May 9.
In a recall, Ghana Police secured an injunction from the High court, preventing Fix the Country Convenors from organising a protest in the country as a constitutional right.
Though an Appeal Court Judge in a statement said Police has no right to secure an injunction on a protest without organisers awareness, Ghana Police were able to secure an order from a High Court.
Netizens with disappointment referred the case to Supreme Court but the court also postponed the case hearing to June 8th, 2021.
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They have therefore decided to move the protest virtual to make it black Sunday where all sympathizers and well-wishers of the campaign put on their black shirts.
There will also be horn blowing between the hours of 1 pm to 4 pm by all drivers on the street to show their support to the ongoing campaign.
In a post, they said