Protesters of the #FixTheCountry protest present at the Accra High court hearing a case they brought before it, have clashed with some personnel of the Ghana Police Service.  The protestors alleged that the police have been deliberately preventing them from entering the court premises, reports
The court had scheduled an appearance for the convenors of the #FixTheCountry protests after the police secured an ex parte injunction against what was supposed to be a massive demonstration they had slated for May 9, this year.
But ahead of the court hearing, the group had, in a statement, called on sympathizers to embark on a march to the Criminal Division of the High Court to register their support and solidarity to them.

“We intend to meet up and walk together from the Trade Union Congress (TUC) Building at 9 am towards the High Court,” the group announced in that statement.  The group also described the recent actions against it as a ‘state-sponsored barrage of roadblocks and public gagging.’  However, the protestors say they have been resolute in following through on these court hearings because they want accountability.  But, the call for a peaceful march turned chaotic that the presiding judge on the case had to put the case on hold to allow the lawyers of the agitating youth to intervene.  State Attorneys told the media that the protestors showed up in a threatening manner, for which reason they got the police to intervene.


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