The arranged show by a gathering of Ghanaians which was set to begin on Saturday, June 4, has been come by court.
This was after the police documented a movement at the Criminal Division of the Accra High Court to have the exhibition halted and same was conceded.
The court managed by Justice Comfort Tasiame conceded the application requesting the activity to be injuncted after DSP Sylvester Asare had moved the application.
It was the conflict of DSP Asare that, how the said exhibition was being coordinated was risky.
Moving the application to limit #FixTheCountry Movement, DSP Asare said, the court ought to control them in light of a legitimate concern for Public request, Public security protection and viable policing.
He consequently implored the court to arrange and forbid the coordinators, their representatives, doles out and supporters from raising a ruckus around town.
A gathering of Ghanaians looking to show for three days starting June 4 have kept in touch with the Accra provincial Police Command to permit them to exhibit with their own confidential security.
The people including telecasters Captain Smart and Okatakyie Afrifa are additionally requesting that the Police permit demonstrators convey their own enrolled weapons to the walk to safeguard themselves.
“We will bring our own security company to provide protection to demonstrators. All weapons held by demonstrators or by the contracted security personal will be for personal protection only; and all weapons will be duly permitted in accordance with the Arms and Ammunitions Act, 1972 (NRCD 9) e) Proposed route and destination: We expect that the Demonstrators will gather at Circle.
“The procession will move from Circle to the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, where the Protestors will make a demand a slot on GTV to speak directly to the Nation and lay out our grievances, in accordance with Article 55(11), which guarantees fair opportunity to Ghanaians to present their programmes to the public through equal access to the state-owned media,” the statement said.