Court gives OccupyBoG organisers greenlight to demonstrate on Tuesday

The organizers of the #OccupyBoG protest have been granted permission to carry out their demonstration on Tuesday, October 3. This decision follows a ruling by the Accra High Court, which found that the Ghana Police Service’s methods of notifying the respondents were ineffective.

Principal State Attorney George Tetteh Sackey had informed the court that he had served the documents to all the respondents. However, Justice Edward Twum, who presided over the case, pointed out that there was only evidence of service for three out of the four respondents, making the service incomplete.

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The police had requested a court order to compel the protest organizers to clarify the routes for their demonstration. Nevertheless, the judge stressed the importance of providing evidence of service to all parties before granting a hearing.

As of now, only Ato Forson had not been served with the documents.

The case has been postponed to Wednesday, October 11, allowing the #OccupyBoG protest to proceed as scheduled on October 3.

The protest, led by Minority MPs and other groups, seeks to demand the resignation of Bank of Ghana Governor, Dr. Ernest Addison, and his deputies due to a GH¢60.8 billion loss incurred by the bank.

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