Minister of Finance, Hon Ken Ofori Atta is set to have a press briefing on rebranding the Ghanaian Economy on the same day and same time Fix The Country Campaigners set to do virtual protest.
In a recall, Ghanaian youth were denied the opportunity to exercise their constitutional right to protest in the country after they made their intentions known.
Ghana police were able to secure a court order restraining them from organising a protest in the country with the excuse of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The court restrained Fix The Country Campaigners from organising any protest on any day in the country until the ban on social gathering has been lifted
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This made them go virtual with the demonstration by putting all blacks and blowing horns anywhere they are at a specific time.
However, in an attempt to counter the virtual protest, the Minister of Finance has set out an agenda for which to be established by given out press briefing on the economy.
The Minister is said to have the press briefing same time same day Fix The Country Convenors are going virtual in their protest