The Concerned Youth of Ghana (CYG) is thankful to the apex court of the land for holding the inviolability and sanctity of the 1992 Constitution of the Republic of Ghana.

This unanimous decision by five Justices of the Supreme Court to set aside the High Court order that barred us (Fix The Country) to hold demonstration indefinitely is a victory for democracy and ordinary people of Ghana.

With no prejudice to the substantive case pending to be heard on Monday 14th June, 2021 at the High Court (Criminal Division 1) Accra, we encourage our members and the general public to get ready for the BIGGEST PROTEST IN AFRICA.

It is worthy to note that, CYG backs the objectives, aims and vision of the Fix The Country Movement and has since thrown our unflinching support to this spirited national assignment.

The Ghana Police Service can arrest and chain us, they can torture and hurt us, they can go ahead and destroy our bodies and imprison even our souls for embarking on a rightful protest as provided by the constitution but they CAN NOT STOP US THIS TIME AROUND.

Haven’t witnessed the level of disregard of the Corona virus protocols and broad daylight execution of the President’s Executive Instrument on funeral service by police (security operatives), government officials, politicians, sympathizers and mourners at the burial service of Mr. Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie (Sir John), we will NOT give in to any COVID-19 excuses any longer.

It is important to indicate that, as law abiding citizens and responsible youth who love and cherish the human resources God and our Ancestors have blessed us with, WE WILL OBSERVE ALL COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOL.

These are times for REAL CHOICES and not false ones. We are at the moment when our lives must be placed on the line if our nation is to survive its own folly.   

God Bless Our Homeland Ghana.



Kelvin Malor



David Albert Quainoo

(International Relations)


Betty Boafo



Kofi Asante Mensah


Tel: 024-469-0262

Office: 0302-965-325