A group of aged women and men between the ages of 60 and 80 who over two months ago demonstrated in Kumasi in the Ashanti region about the worsening economic situation in Ghana has served notice of storming the Flagstaff House in two weeks.

Their mission is to pressurize President Mahama to work hard to improve the economic situation and the erratic power supply which has bedeviled the country for about three (3) years, adding that when that is done they will be hugely relieved.

The group surprised Kumasi residents when they took to the capital city with the demonstration dubbed “Mmerewa resu” demo meaning “old women are crying”.

Speaking to Kasapa News, the leader of the group Eno Serwah stated that two months after their protest march nothing appears to have been done as the situation persists.

“We have not seen and heard anything new after we did our demonstration, we are preparing to hold a press conference next week to re-state our concerns, and then we proceed to Accra where we’ll pitch camp at the Flagstaff House. The worsening economic situation is unbearable and something must be done about it immediately” she noted.

By: Kasapafmonline.com/Ghana