Pro-NPP group, the Young Patriots will today hold a press conference to express the frustrations of some Ghanaians and the members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) are facing after the December 7 general elections, the group has said.
The group earlier planned to embark on a protest march to establish their displeasure with the rigging which allegedly took place during the general elections which saw President John Mahama of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) emerge as the winner of the Presidential elections.
They however called of the demonstration after the Police secured a restraining order from the court preventing the group from embarking on the intended action.
In an interview on the Citi FMs Eyewitness News on Monday, the Chairman of the Young Patriots, Richard Nyamah stated that “the Police will have no excuse. They will have more than a million Ghanaians who feel cheated by the President and Afari Gyan, the Electoral Commission Chairman to contend with.”
He indicated that “to have this announced and our own issues that we had to raise tomorrow at the demonstration, the Young Patriots are going to hold a press conference at the party headquarters at 10 am tomorrow and all the issues, the frustrations that we have gone through, all the machinations that have been going on behind the scenes by the NDC and by the Police Service will be made clear.”