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High Court grants injunction against #FixTheCountry movement demo

The ana Police ServiceGh has secured an injunction against the planned demonstration by the #FixTheCountry Movement.

The injunction was granted by the High Court following an application on notice by the Police Service.

According to the police service representatives of the #FixTheCountry Movement were served, neither of them nor their lawyers were present in court.

The leadership of the movement was planning to picket at the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation the Police headquarters in Accra, and the seat of government, the Jubilee House.

According to police, the protesters intended to contract a private security company to protect patrons of the three-day protest which was to start on June 4, 2022.

Delivering her ruling on the matter, the judge, Comfort Kwasiwoo Tsiawoo explained that the way the protesters intend to carry out the demonstration poses a security threat; hence the decision.

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