The Ghana Police has warned the general public to desist from pronouncements that threaten the peace of the country.
The Police said such pronouncements clearly contravene the laws of the land.
“We continue to call on the good people of Ghana to avoid making pronouncements that may lead to a breach of the peace of the country as any such act contravene the laws of the country,” the Police said in a statement on Saturday February 12 announcing the arrest of the Convener of the Fixthecountry Movement Oliver Baker-Vormawor on Friday February 11.
Baker-Vormawor was picked-up for allegedly writing on social media that he would topple the government if the E-levy bill is passed, the Police said.
“Mr Oliver Baker-Vormawor has been arrested by the Tema Regional Police Command following a post he allegedly made on social media platforms to the effect that he would stage himself if the E-levy bill is passed by Parliament,” portions of the Police statement said.
He was picked up after arriving at the KIA on Friday February 11, a member of the Movement Felicity Naana Nelson said.
“Oliver has been arrested at the KIA,” she told 3news.com in a telephone conversation after she earlier announced the arrest on her Facebook page.
“Osagyefo Oliver Barker-Vormawor arrived in Kotoka International Airport at 4pm today and he was whisked away by state officials. Oliver has been missing for the last 6 hours,” she had earlier written on her Facebook page.
She later said in a statement that “We wish to announce the disappearance of one of our conveners – Mr Oliver Mawuse Barker-Vormawor.
“Mr Barker-Vormawor left the United Kingdom this morning Friday, 11th February 2022 for Accra, Ghana, where he is scheduled to have a series of meetings with the diplomatic community.
“He arrived at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) at 4:59 pm on TAP Air Portuagal flight TP 1527.
“The last time his family and lawyers heard from him was at 5:29 pm at which point he informed them that some unidentified armed men had accosted him on his way into the arrival hall at KIA.
“All attempts by Mr Barker-Vormawor’s family and lawyers to find him since that time have been unsuccessful. The KIA Security, the KIA Immigration Office, the Airport Police Station, the National Bureau of Investigations Headquarters, and the National Security Head Office (Blue Gate) do not have any information on him.”
By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana