The Media Coalition on the Right to Information together with civil society groups including Occupy Ghana will today, Friday, 30 November 2018 begin a street advocacy against the delay by Parliament in passing the Right to Information Bill (RTI).
Over 70 Civil Society Organisations are expected to participate in the exercise dubbed: #RTIRedFriday.
The action begins a countdown to the Majority Leader’s recent promise that the Bill would be passed before Parliament rises this year.
According to the Media Coalition on the Right to Information, today’s exercise will involve the distribution of RTI educational materials in Accra after which leaders will proceed to Parliament to observe consideration of the RTI Bill.
Speaking to Akua Nyarko Abronoma on Dinpa 91.3fm’s Anopa Bosuo show today, Friday 30-11-18,Nana Sarpong Agyeman Badu-the public relations officer for occupy Ghana called on all to join in the fight for the passage of the RTI Bill.