Democracy Hub, a civil society organization located in Accra, has declared a month of demonstrations for December.
The Jubilee House will be picketed, notably the end that is accessible to the public and faces Liberation Street, according to the organizers.
“Democracy Hub, the Convenor of the #FixTheCountry movement and #OccupyJulorbiHouse protests, wishes to notify the public of its intention to hold a picketing event this December from 1st December to 31st December 2023 at the ‘Julorbi House,” said the organisers said in a release.
They noted that the purpose of this particular protest which is on the theme “#OccupyJulorbiHouse” and “#JustResign” will be to demand the resignation of the president or he be impeached by Parliament.
It added that the upcoming protest will be to “demand the urgent prosecution of corrupt officials, including persons in the president’s family and inner circle who have contributed to what has been described by a former cabinet Minister as “a friends, family and concubines govemment.”’
It further stated that it will also serve “to educate Ghanaians on our enduring advocacy for a New Constitution for a New Generation.”
“We believe in progressive Constitutional Reforms that will provide a better framework for social equity and economic justice for our people; as well as help confront the abuse of power and impunity more squarely,” the statement added.
The first demonstration, which took place from September 21 to 23, garnered both national and worldwide attention. This will be the second protest.
Ghanaian youth expressed their unhappiness during the #OccupyJulorbiHouse protests with regards to the hardship, growing cost of living, poor roads, an end to corruption, and other factors they allege make life tough.
Below is the full statement