NDC Candidate Naa Koryoo Calls for Ghanaians to Stand Against Injustice 

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Phillis Naa Koryoo Okunor, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Parliamentary Candidate for Awutu Senya East, has urged Ghanaians to unite against widespread injustice in the country.

Her call to action comes in the wake of her own arrest and detention by the Ghana Police Service on Friday, June 7, an incident that has stirred significant unrest among NDC supporters.

During a recent interview on Citi FM’s Eyewitness News with Umaru Sanda Amadu, Okunor expressed her bewilderment over the reasons for her nearly 16-hour detention, noting that the authorities did not provide a clear explanation for her arrest.

Reflecting on her experience, Okunor shared her observations about the conditions faced by her fellow detainees, emphasizing the systemic unfairness within Ghana’s justice system. “I spoke with other inmates and realized that many Ghanaians are being treated unjustly,” she said. “Some have been on remand for years without a fair trial, others are held due to tenuous connections to alleged crimes, such as being related to a suspect.”

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She highlighted the plight of individuals languishing in jail for prolonged periods without due process, describing a country where the powerless are often oppressed by those in positions of authority. “It’s heartbreaking to see people remanded for up to two years or more for minor associations with crime,” she continued. “If you don’t have a voice or influence, you struggle to defend yourself.”

Okunor’s experience has galvanized her resolve to fight for justice, not just for herself but for all ordinary Ghanaians. She called on citizens to collectively oppose the injustices that pervade society and stand up for fair treatment for all. “We must rise against the injustices happening to ordinary Ghanaians,” she declared. “It’s time for everyone to speak out and demand fairness and justice.”

Her powerful message resonates with many who feel marginalized and voiceless, underscoring the urgent need for systemic reforms in Ghana’s judicial and political systems.

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