Pappy Kojo, a flopped Ghanaian artist and low-key comic who attended the OccupyJulorbiHouse protest, has disclosed why he was there.
Pappy Kojo stated to a TV3 news reporter that he went there to pursue attractive women rather than to protest.On the second day of the Occupy Julorbi House protest, Ghanaian police prevented demonstrators from entering Jubilee House.A march to the Jubilee House by hundreds of protesters who had assembled at the 37 lorry station has been stopped in its tracks.
Close to the 37 Military Hospital, protesters ran into a police barrier. The police had SWAT gear and trucks with armour.In reaction, protesters sat down in the middle of the street, effectively occupying the space while they awaited a solution.
On September 21, the first day of the “Occupy Julorbi House” protest, the police used various methods to suppress it. At numerous police stations throughout the city, a number of demonstrators were taken into custody. However, the following day saw the liberation of all 49 prisoners.
The goal of the three-day “Occupy Julorbi House” demonstration, which was organised by the advocacy group “Democracy Hub,” is to persuade the President and the members of the Economic Management Team to address the problems of economic mismanagement and corruption in the government.
Additionally, it provides a forum for residents to express their objections to various government policies and projects, like as the proposed military action in Niger.
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