All 29 suspects who were arrested for rioting during the Arise Ghana demonstration on Monday 28th June, 2022 have been granted police inquiry bail.

Twenty-six (26) of them who have met the bail conditions have been released. The remaining three (3) are still going through the process of satisfying the bail conditions for their release.

The Martyr’s day celebrations today, made it difficult for the suspects to be arraigned before court. Therefore, in line with the constitutional provision of not keeping suspects beyond 48 hours, they were granted bail and will be arraigned on Monday, 4th July, 2022.

We remain committed to ensuring that all other perpetrators are arrested and prosecuted in accordance with the laws of the country.

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