Ras Mubarak: Enable #FixTheCountry protest or we’ll boycott native companies

The previous MP of Kumbungu, Ras Mubarak, is threatening to rally help on social media to boycott native companies linked to members of the governing New Patriotic Social gathering (NPP) if a transfer to organise the #FixTheCountry protest just isn’t allowed.

The police final week secured a courtroom order to forestall the #FixTheCounry campaigners from embarking on a public protest on 9 Could. The conveners described the transfer as an try by authorities to sabotage their marketing campaign.

Talking to Beatrice Adu on The Massive Bulletin, the previous NDC MP stated authorities should enable the organisers to display.

“I’m sounding a phrase of warning that, if these items proceed, there shall be recriminations… their companies would endure,” he stated.

Mubarak added: “We are going to ensure that we use social media to galvanise Ghanaians to boycott sure companies so that you just don’t have these cultures of silence being perpetuated.”

“Let me sound a phrase of warning to organisations, companies, media homes who’re hounding out journalists for attempting to carry the federal government to account that there shall be recriminations. And one of many instruments accessible to the atypical Ghanaians is boycott…”

Mubarak additionally condemned some authorities officers for asking Ghanaians to “repair themselves” within the wake of demand by the youth “for presidency to repair the nation”.

He stated the current try by the Chairman of the NPP, Freddie Blay, to hyperlink the opposition Nationwide Democratic Congress (NDC) to the #FixTheCountry protest is an insult to Ghanaians.

Take heed to the total interview beneath:


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