Police Place Injunction On Drivers Naked Demo
The Ghana Police Service went to Accra High Court seeking an injunction to prevent the Concerned Drivers Association of Ghana from embarking on their naked demonstration.
The demonstration was scheduled for Wednesday, June 1, 2022, aimed to protest against fuel price increments in the country.
However a statement indicating that the police has served the injunction from the High Court of Justice, Criminal Court 3 on Tuesday.
The association is saying that the injunction is a deliberate attempt by the government to prevent its members from exercising their constitutional rights.
The Ghana Police Service yesterday late in the night served us with a court injunction from the High Court of Justice, Criminal Court 3, restraining us from demonstrating with our cars as we agreed with the police.
However, they had earlier met the Ghana Police Service and they agreed on their proposal so why the sudden change with the injunction.
The association is calling on their able members to hold their fire but not to let their guns, as negotiations are still ongoing to reschedule another date for the demonstration.
Association extends their warm apology to members for any inconvenience caused by this injunction.