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NewsNDC MPs give Police notice of #OccupyBoGProtest slated for July 30


NDC MPs give Police notice of #OccupyBoGProtest slated for July 30


The Minority caucus in Parliament has formally notified the Ghana Police Service of their intention to stage a demonstration demanding the resignation of Dr. Ernest Addison, the Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), along with his two deputies.

Mahama Ayariga, Member of Parliament for Bawku Central, conveyed this notification through a letter to the Greater Accra Regional Police command.

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In his correspondence, Mr. Ayariga emphasized the caucus’s strong stance on not only seeking the resignation of the Governor and his deputies but also advocating for the removal of all current members of the BoG’s board.

The protest is slated for Tuesday, July 30, 2024, commencing at 8 am and concluding by 6 pm in Accra, specifically within the Greater Accra Region.

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Participants will gather at Obra Spot, located at Kwame Nkrumah Circle, and will march through Adabraka towards Kingsway, ultimately ending their demonstration at the frontage of the Bank of Ghana headquarters.

A key issue driving the Minority caucus’s action is the ongoing construction of the BoG’s new head office in North Ridge, which has sparked considerable concern within the caucus. This has prompted them to organize a peaceful assembly and protest to voice their dissent.

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