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We are being intimited by the police – Vice President True Driver’s union.

 

The vice president of the True Drivers Union, Yaw Berimah has stated that the police have deliberately decided to intimidate them from embarking on their demonstration to take place today Tuesday 7th November 2017.

 

In a telephone interview with Ahotor Fm’s morning show hosted by Emmanuel Quarshie (Hit man) on Tuesday 7th November, 2017.

 

He emphasized that they had served notice to the police days before the demonstration and nothing will stop them from embarking on the demonstration against increments in fuel prices.

 

“If the police cannot protect us today for the demonstration they should allow soldiers to take over. We are ready to push our cars from the start of the demonstration and nothing will stop us”

 

“The number of armory present at the Obra Spot is frightening and I do not understand why the police will protect us in this manner”

 

“We are pleading with DSP Kwesi Ofori to kindly instruct his men to take away the water cannons so we can have a smooth demonstrated as discussed”

 

“The police have informed us that we cannot push our vehicles on the roads during the demonstration but we are surprise about this development”

 

“We met the police yesterday to inform them of the route and manner the demonstration will take which they agreed so we are so surprise that our members are being intimidated”, he stated

 

Yaw Berimah concluded, stating that the demonstrators are ready to follow the agreed route by the police.

 

Daniel Koranteng Kwagyiri|ahotoronline.com|Ghana

 

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