The Ghana Police Service has commended “Arise Ghana” protestors for comporting themselves for a successful outcome during day two of their protest.
A statement signed by the director of police public affairs, Chief Superintendent of Police, Grace Ansah-Akrofi, said the service register it’s satisfaction of the successful exercise.
“We are grateful to the general public for their cooperation and understanding in spite of the inconvenience the demonstration undoubtedly caused them.
“Whilst we continue to register our disappointment at the riotous conduct of the demonstrators on the first day, we commend them for their comportment today which, we hope would provide lessons for future occasions to help deepen our democratic practices as a country” the statement read.
It added that with the security provided and support from the public and demonstrators, day two of the protest was incident-free.
The statement also indicated that despite everything they will ensure all persons who flout the law on day one of the exercise will be made to face justice.
“Meanwhile, we wish to reiterate our commitment to the rule of law in this country and bring all those who breached the law during the demonstration, to face justice” the police said.