The Ghana Police Service says it has secured a restraining order to prevent the National Democratic Congress(NDC) from protesting in the country’s capital, Accra.
The Ghana Police Service has secured a restraining order from the High court which bans the National Democratic Congress (NDC) from staging further protests in Accra.
After the election declaration by Jean Mensa on December 9 2020, the NDC has staged various protests and demonstrations across the length and breadth of Ghana demanding for the overturn of the election results.
In a statement issued and signed by Eiaa Tenge, Head of the Public Affairs Unit of the Ghana Police Service, the NDC is told to stop staging election-related protests in Accra, the nation’s capital till 10th January 2021.
Read full letter below;