Ghanaian journalist narrates how a police officer wanted to seize his phone for filming them at the Black Stars over the #FixTheCountry demo

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Caleb Kudah is a Ghanaian journalist who works with Citi FmMand Citi TV in Accra. Yesterday, he took a viral video of police officials waiting to counter the efforts of #FixTheCountry protestors at the Black Star square.

He shared this video on Twitter where he literally mocked the police for allowing themselves to be deployed by the government to fight ordinary citizens who are asking for the country to be fixed.

Per the content of Caleb Kudah’s video, these police officials were seen with their water cannons ready to dispel the protestors if they had come out.

But it happened that they had to wait and wait the entire day in vain since the protest was a virtual one which the police did not have to go mass up at the Black Star square waiting to thwart their efforts.

Below is the video of Caleb Kudah filming the police at the Black Star square.

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Fast forward, Caleb Kudah shared a video that gives an account that he was chased by a police officer who wanted to seize his phone for filming them at the Black Star square.

According to him, he had to hide his phone in his car and by some act of providence, the traffic lights turned green which rescued him from being cajoled by the police officer.

Check out his narration in the video below: Flip to watch…

The #FixTheCountry campaign was scheduled for May 9 2021 but the police were able to secure a court injunction to restrict Ghanaians from embarking on the demo.

So, per intelligence, the police also massed up at the Black Star Square prepared to counter these protestors but they had to wait all-day in vain.

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