Oliver Barker Vormawor, founder of the# FixtheCountry movement has alleged that the government is unlawfully monitoring the phone records of one of the prospective protesters; a suspicion the group believe began when they were tricked into a meeting with sector ministers to discuss the planned protest.
This suspicion, Oliver Barker Vormawor said, was triggered when the group were ‘tricked’ into a meeting with sector ministers – instead of the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) as they were earlier told – to discuss their planned demonstration.
He says the group will in the coming days put out the monitoring phone number online to name and shame and also demonstrate how unsafe, intolerable, and disrespectful members of the group have been treated even before they get to exercise their civic right of demonstrating.
He was speaking on News File where among other objections, spoke passionately against submission by a panelist Kofi Bentil, who said government has so far treated #Fixthecountry organizers with respect, more than how #OccupytheflagstaffHouse movement were treated when they signaled their intent to embark on similar demonstration during the erstwhile Mahama administration.
Culled from yen.com.gh