Concerned Citizens of Okyeman demonstrating in opposition to John Mahama about ‘Akyem Sakawa Mafia’ comment on September 9, 2020
The Alliance for Social Fairness and Community Accountability (ASEPA) has condemned what they say is discrimination by the police in the software of the Community Get Act.
The stress team cites the conclusion of the police to decline their notification to exhibit in opposition to the controversial Agyapa Minerals Royalties agreement as an unjust a single.
The arrangement which is geared in direction of monetising the country’s mineral royalties, for each government’s justification will be utilised to build crucial sectors of the financial state such as schooling, housing, health and fitness and infrastructure.
But ASEPA will have none of that, for which explanation it planned a protest to vent its spleen on the transaction.
In a assertion by the Provider, it claimed the demonstration can not be sanctioned for the reason that “restrictions imposed on community gatherings of much more than two hundred folks with out facemasks owing to the Covid-19 pandemic has not been completely lifted.”
Government Director of the strain team, Mensah Thompson expressed his disappointment at the improvement especially when the exact Executive Instrument was established apart throughout the demonstration by a group in the Japanese Region to display from former President John Mahama’s intended ‘Akyem Sakawa Mafia’ comment.
“Barely a week in the past, we noticed the law enforcement escort a team of persons in the Jap Location to go out and exhibit in their numbers. The law enforcement seemed on although these persons flouted the basic safety protocols though they presented safety to these individuals.
“We publish to request for the exact same defense and the law enforcement suggests they cannot offer that and they simply cannot guarantee that simply because it is against the E.I? I feel it is very discriminatory,” he stated.
ASEPA has been an instrumental aspect of teams opposing the transaction amongst Ghana and the Agyapa Mineral Royalties Confined.
With each other with other Civil Modern society Organisations (CSOs), the team thinks the deal is shrouded in secrecy and does not have the citizenry’s very best fascination at heart.