The 50 years old man, Nii Ayi Mensah who suffered an eye injury during the Arise Ghana Demonstration held on Tuesday, 29th June, 2022 has finally spoken to explain the state of his eye.
Nii Ayi Mensah’ s left eye was hit by rubber bullet after police fired tear gas into protestors who wanted to disobey police instructions. A group of protestors which Mr. Nii Ayi Mensah was part decided to throw stones at police officer after they were prevented from using the road leading to the Flagstaff House.
The Ghana Police Service in an attempt to dispersed the protestors fired tear gas and unfortunately Nii Ayi was at the receiving end. Whiles shedding uncontrollable tears, Mr Nii Ayi Mensah sadly revealed that he cannot see anything with his left eye again.
He doesn’ t know if that will be a permanent condition but currently he has become a one eyed man. Few moments after he was hit by tear gas, be could manage to see a little with the left eye but now it’ s total darkness.
Mr. Nii Ayi Mensah joined the demonstration hoping to fight against corruption and bad governance but ended up losing an eye. Ghanaians reacting after Mr. Nii Ayi Mensah’ s lamentation wrote on social media ” Sammy Gyamfi will give you his right eye. . don’ t worry senior man. Chairman don’ t worry manage with the one eye others don’ t even have it at all.
Awer3ho oo. When are you going to stop sacrificing your precious live for politicians. Masa… who sent you there? All vote is vote. Instead of using thumb, you have already used your eye” they commented.
According to them it is so foolish to follow a politician to demonstrate because when they come to power nothing changes.
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