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Group Calling Themselves Concerned Citizens of Ghana Demand Removal of GRA Boss -Threaten Protest

A group identifying itself as Concerned Citizens of Ghana has declared intentions to stage a protest at the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) headquarters on January 15, 2024. Their primary demand is the immediate removal of the current Commissioner-General, Rev. Dr. Ammishaddai Owusu-Amoah, citing his prolonged tenure beyond the legally mandated …

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Media Personality Bridget Otoo Calls for Protest Against MTN Ghana’s Data Price Hike

Ghanaian media personality Bridget Otoo recently took a strong stance against MTN Ghana’s decision to raise data rates by 15%. Expressing her discontent on social media, Otoo highlighted her concern for both the company and its customers amidst the nation’s economic challenges. Otoo’s reaction was fueled by her belief that …

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Sarkodie Has Finally Broken His Silence on the Occupy Julorbi House Protest

Sarkodie, renowned as one of Africa’s most prominent rappers, has now lent his support to the ongoing peaceful protest known as #OccupyJulorbiHouse. This decision comes after numerous Ghanaians urged him to join the cause, especially since he had previously shown solidarity with Nigeria during their EndSars protest. In a recent …

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Police File Injunction Against Minority In Relation to Their OccupyBoG Protest

In the Financial and Economic Division of the Accra High Court, it was revealed that the Ghana Police Service has filed a motion to stop the #OccupyBoG protest organized by the Minority caucus in Parliament. The organizers initially notified the police about the protest on September 4, sticking to the …

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Minority Demands Fairness in Ghana Police Handling of Protest Calling for Central Bank Governors’ Resignation

The minority group in Ghana is calling for fairness from the Ghana Police Service regarding their protest. They allege that the central bank governors’ mismanagement has resulted in significant losses that are adversely affecting the well-being of Ghanaian citizens. Consequently, they are utilizing this protest as a means to exert …

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