#OccupyBoG: Minority invites Alan’s supporters to Tuesday’s demo


The in has welcomed the decision by an to dismiss an application filed by the police to stop Tuesday's dubbed #OccupyBoGDemo.

The Court on Friday, September 29 held as ineffective the processes of service on the respondents by the police.

Speaking in an interview with Media General‘s Komla Klutse, Minority Chief Whip Kwame Governs Agbodza expressed readiness of the caucus and its allied partners including to stage the demonstration on Tuesday.

He said the police nearly acted in bad faith “attempting to resurrect an issue which doesn't exist”.

“So, I am happy the court threw their case away today.”

He extended an arm of welcome to all who are disenchanted by the “maladministration” under the -led government to join Tuesday's demonstration.

He specially invited members of the and, in particular, former Trade Alan Kwadwo John Kyerematen to join the demonstration.

“It is such an open-ended demonstration that anybody including members of the New Patriotic Party and even the new party that Alan [Kyerematen] has formed are welcomed to join us to demonstrate against this obnoxious government to tell them that has moved on and we are looking for a better governance.”

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