Minority MPs to stage another massive demonstration against BoG Governor

The Minority in Parliament is set to stage another demonstration against the Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), Dr. Ernest Addison, following an unsuccessful attempt to present their petition during the first protest.

The upcoming protest, slated to commence at Obra Spot, a popular starting point for demonstrations in Accra, will march through notable locations, including Farisco, Kingsway, and Rawlings Park, before ending at the BoG headquarters.

The protesters expect to meet the Governor and submit their petition to him directly.

At the heart of the protest are concerns over monetary policies, inflation, and the overall management of the country’s financial system.

The Minority contends that these issues have not been adequately addressed, warranting another round of demonstrations to press their demands.

Our close sources disclose the protest will be spearheaded by the Bawku Central Member of Parliament, Mahama Ayariga, after obtaining the necessary authorization and clearance from the police.

This action follows a previous demonstration, #OccupyBoG, on October 3, 2023, where the protesters’ effort to directly deliver the petition to the Governor was frustrated when the head of security received it instead.

The Minority has been vocal about their dissatisfaction with the BoG’s policies and operations, and this protest is a continuation of their efforts to hold the Governor accountable for the country’s economic woes.

With a strong determination to have their voices heard, the Minority MPs and their supporters are ready to take to the streets once again, demanding answers and action from the BoG Governor.

By: Jeffery Mawutor Attipoe | Metrotvonline.com | Ghana

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