An Accra High Court has placed an injunction on a proposed demonstration by Alliance for Social Equity and Accountability (ASEPA) over the much talk about controversial Agyapa mineral royalties deal.

Following the insistence of the group to demonstrate despite a police directive the Inspector General of Police went to court for the injunction.

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“It is hereby ordered that the respondents herein, namely ASEPA and Mensah Thompson or any other group of persons affiliated to the respondents are prohibited and restrained from demonstrating against an agreement passed by the Parliament of Ghana popularly known as Agyapa agreement which demonstration is intended for 21st September 2020,” the court order stated.

ASEPA said they will reject the directive of the police to demonstrate because the police allowed some residents in the Eastern Region to demonstrate despite the concerns over COVID-19 ,it remains to be seen the next action by the group after this court order.


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