The Ghana Police Service has noted that it is not against anyone or a group of persons who have expressed an interest in demonstrating.
According to the service, it has a track record of providing security for demonstrators and will continue to do so.
The Police said this in a statement issued after the end of the three-day occupy #JulorbiHouse demonstrations.
The Police said it will continue to provide security for demonstrators in the confines of the law.
“We would like to assure the public once again, that the Service is not against any person or group of persons who may want to demonstrate. We have a track record of providing security for demonstrations in the past and would continue to do so within the confines of the law.
We, therefore, urge the general public to continue to partner us, as we work towards deepening our democratic credentials and maintaining peace and security in our beloved country.”
It also apologised to the public for any inconvenience caused during the demonstrations.
“The Police would also like to apologize to members of the public who were inconvenienced in one way or the other, especially those who were caught up in the vehicular holdups during the demonstration.
As the demonstration has come to an end, we look forward to meeting with the organizers for a debriefing session with them with the aim of fostering a more fruitful engagement in the future.”