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Monday, August 3, 2009

AFAG Demonstrates Against Mills

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Members and supporters of the Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG) will take to the streets of the nation’s capital, Accra tomorrow on demonstration with the theme “Atta Adadaa Yen” meaning ‘Atta has deceived us.” Spelling out the reasons for their demonstration on Peace FM’s Morning Show ‘Kokrokoo’, the spokesperson for AFAG, Mr Samuel Awuku said, economic crisis, school fees, utility bills and unemployment keep have all been on the rise since the NDC took came to power.

According to him, the Mills led administration is not adopting any better policies to solve the problems in the country and that is why they are embarking on the demonstration tomorrow.

Speaking on the show, another leading member of the AFAG, Mr Kwabena Bonfe also known as Kabila, revealed that, fishermen across the nation who suffered from premix fuel shortage and national service personnel will join the demonstration tomorrow. According to him, the policies of the current administration are going to render most of the youth jobless and this is why the national service personnel are joining the demonstration.

Outlining the programme he said, they would start from the Holy Gardens at Circle and thence through some of the principal streets of Accra in a peaceful manner to send a strong message to President Mills to rule in the right direction to the benefits of all Ghanaians.

Source: www.peacefmonline.com

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