Concerned Youth of Ghana (CYG) and United Press for Development Network (UPDN) is thankful for the youth, young in heart, and well-meaning Ghanaians for exhibiting a revulsion and disdain of failing state system and political leadership.
We say “aye koo” (well done) to all demonstrators on the ground and online.
In the wake of the political manipulation, frustration, legal gymnastics you had the forbearance to wait for the right time.
Again, amidst the presence of the COVID-19 delta variant third wave syndrome, you (the youth) turned up in considerable numbers to truly send a decisive signal to the powers that be.
For the first time in the history of Ghana, a nonpartisan group, has made the figures successfully and resoundingly protest in demand for change.
We believe Wednesday’s (4th August 2021) demonstration is not just an event but a mission to rescue the country from unscrupulous, voracious, dishonest, power-drunk, and nation wreckers who are good at deteriorating what the founder of Ghana Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah built in nine years.
This is a must occurred revolutionary journey to rebirth the Ghana Nkrumah dreamt of and that struggle has just commenced.
We know the road will be muddy, rough, and tough but we will never give up (we shall focus) until we get there.
We wish to specially commend the COP George Akufo Dampare led Ghana Police Service and the Media for the level of professionalism.
Arise Ghana Youth for your country…
God Bless Our Homeland Ghana.