We are at the Accra Mall, where the Youth Wing of the largest opposition party in Ghana, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), begins the much-anticipated street protest dubbed ‘March For Justice’.
The protest is planned to demand justice for persons who lost their lives as a result of “state-sponsored thuggery” – as the NDC puts it – in the hands of the police and military under the current administration.
So far, a few supporters have gathered at the converging point for the demonstration, which will culminate in two petitions presented to the President, first, and then the Speaker of Parliament.
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