artin Kpebu, a private attorney, has urged Ghanaians to attend in large numbers today, Saturday, November 5, for the “Kume Preko” reloaded demonstration.
According to research, 54% of Ghanaians want the President and Vice President to step down; as a result, he claims that these citizens must attend the protest.
At Obra Sport, where the protesters had gathered, he said, “Ghanaians come out, come out in your numbers. There has been researching which shows that 54% of the citizens ask that the President and Vice President should resign. So please come out for the President to see the numbers.
The Obra Spot in Accra will serve as both the starting point and ending point of the demonstration.
This occurs as the President is under increasing pressure to fire his finance minister, Ken Ofori-Atta.
A press conference was held by a few Majority Party lawmakers to demand his dismissal.
Those MPs, according to Mr Kpebu, were heroes.
“Have you seen the 80 MPs, turned to 95, they have broken ranks with the president,” he said while appearing on the Community Connect on 3FM on Friday, November 5 with Johnnie Hughes.
“So as I have always said, the President has a lot of legitimacy because he is not a leader and cannot even negotiate with his own MPs. You can see how he is now.