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08-Aug-2013  
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“If Stephen Atubiga and his group in the NDC can be allowed to demonstrate or to march on 10th August 2013, then on that same day, the Young Patriots will embark on our Justice March”, asserts Richard Nyaamah, Chairman of the youth wing of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

According to him, the Young Patriots’ action is in response to the Ghana Police’s bias towards other pressure groups not having a soft spot for the ruling party.

He claims the police, under the guise of not having adequate personnel because of the 2012 election petition, denied political pressure group, Alliance For Accountable Governance (AFAG), the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) and the Young Patriots, the opportunity to embark on a peaceful demonstration.

Speaking on OkayFM, an angry Richard Nyamaah stressed that they intend not to seek permission for their “Justice March” from the Ghana Police for granting Stephen Atubiga and the NDC the right to go on a peace march, and challenged the police to stop them.

“We are daring Ghana Police to stop the Justice March and see what will happen; the Young Patriots will do it and let anything happen because the decision of the Ghana Police to stop any demonstration in the country is illegal,” he fumed.

The Young Patriots Chairman further stated that the group will fiercely resist any attempt by the Police service to subject any political party or pressure groups to any form of ill treatment.

“…the Police has shown that they are NDC and President Mahama’s boys scout who only listen to the instructions of their paymasters…there is no war in the country for which reason Stephen Atubiga and the NDC should be given the chance to embark on a ‘Peace March’…the country is rather in search for justice that is why Young Patriots must be given the chance to embark on the ‘Justice March’,” he added.
 
 
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