#FixTheCountry Demo: Efia Odo Fires Back At Ghana Police Service


Ghanaian actress known in real life Andrea Owusu popularly called Efia Odo has dared the Ghana Police Service about their upcoming demonstration. 

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This call comes as she and some unhappy individuals made it known that they are set to hit the streets to campaign against hardship and bad governance in the country tagged #FixTheCountry demonstration.


The leaders on this online movement officially informed the police yesterday, about the planned demo in Accra on May 9.

Right after the official complain the Public Relatio Officer of the Greater Accra Regional Police Command, DSP Effia Tenge on Eyewitness News said “the Police cannot sanction such illegality.”

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The command received a letter of notification on Tuesday afternoon of an intended demonstration slated for the 9th of this month. The Regional Command met the convener who was accompanied by one other person. We told them that we understand their standpoint but then, there is an imposition on public gatherings, as such, the command may not be able to provide the necessary security for the proposed demonstration.

However, they may come back when the restrictions are lifted,” she added.

She warned that if the group goes contrary to their recommendation, they will face the rigours of the law.

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The Ghanaian socialite reacting to the PRO of Ghana Police has stated that Police can’t stop them because they did not stopped politicians from campaigning during the 2020 election due to Covid19.

See her post below

The police didn’t stop our leaders from campaigning during COVID and they won’t stop us from protesting against bad leadership! #FixTheCountryNow

Those behind the planned demo which started from Twitter, cited dumsor, unemployment, poor healthcare systems as proof of successive governments’ mismanagement of the country.

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According to them they does not intend to deliver a petition to the presidency but will converge on Independence Square at 8:30 am for the march to commence at 9:30 am.

“The March will proceed peacefully and at a socially distanced pace from the Blackstar Independence Square Station,” the group further indicated in a statement.

See screenshot of her post below;

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Source: sirkenn.net


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