Convener of the Ghana-Togo Solidarity Movement, Bernard Mornah, has rescheduled the planned rally which was initially slated for today December 25.
The movement formed by Ghanaians to support the fight for freedom for citizens of Togo and being led by the Chairman of the People's National Convention (PNC) has now being postponed to Saturday,December 30 at the Kawukudi park.
The Ghana-Togo Solidarity Movement rally was first held on December 16, 2017 but was however unsuccessful when police stormed the protest to arrest its leading members.
According to a statement signed by Bernard Mornah, "the rescheduling is in recognition of the fact that the earlier that is also Christmas and to allow the many who would have loved to join the rally but for constraints of the Christmas to have their day".
Read full statement below;
The Ghana-Togo Solidarity Movement has rescheduled its planned rally initially stated for 25 December 2017 to SATURDAY DECEMBER 30,2017 AT THE KAWUKUDI PARK 9AM-12PM.
The rescheduling is in recognition of the fact that the earlier that is also Christmas and to allow the many who would have loved to join the rally but for constraints of the Christmas to have their day.
The situation in Togo is degenerating and this event is to draw attention to situation in Togo and call for international support for the struggling people.
As you are by no means aware, similar rallies are/have been staged in other countries to draw attention to the bestial conditions and atrocities in Togo.
Also be assured that as a law-abiding movement, we have duly notified the Ghana Police
Service through the Inspector General of Police of the event.
We call on all well-meaning citizens of the world,to join with us on Saturday December 30, 2017 as we rally support for peace,freedom and respect for human rights for our neighbours in Togo.