The Adentan Circuit Court in Accra has issued a restraining order against one Francis Ayenu, Dennis Tawiah, and Michael Ayenu, halting their planned “All-White/ All-Black” event set for Monday, January 1, 2024.
This legal action comes in response to concerns raised by the Prosecution, represented by C/Inspr. Maxwell Lanyo, emphasizing the necessity to maintain public peace and safety. The court’s decision aims to prevent any potential disruption or threat to public order and the well-being of individuals in the community.
The restraining order extends to the named individuals and anyone associated with them, including agents, assigns, workmen, servants, or any individuals claiming authority on their behalf. It effectively bars the organization, execution, or progression of the planned event, regardless of its title or description.
Furthermore, the court’s directive extends to the owners or operators of any venues or locations connected to the proposed event. They are urged to cooperate fully with law enforcement authorities, particularly the Ghana Police Service, to ensure strict compliance with the court’s order.
Issued under the seal of the Circuit Court Adentan, this decision signifies a crucial step toward maintaining public order and safety. It stresses the imperative adherence to legal directives to avert potential disruptions or hazards associated with the planned gathering.