NDC Walks in Memory of June 4th Revolution

Several patriots of the National Democratic Congress(NDC) have matched the principal streets of Wa championed by The FALCONS in Memory of June 4th Revolution spearheaded by the Late Founder who was also a Former President,  Flt. Leutenant Jerry John Rawlings.

Over 200 People  matched through the Wa Ieper street through to the Dodoo Street to the JJ Rawlings High Street in Memory of June 4th Revolution.
In company with the Committed party supporters  were regional and Constituency party executives,  others include For MCE under erstwhile John Mahama Administration, Hon. Issahaku Nuhu Putiaha.

About June 4th Revolution

 June 4th Revolution or June 4th Uprising was an uprising in Ghana in 1979 that arose out of a combination of corruption, bad governance, frustration among the general public, and misunderstandings within the Ghanaian army.

It was sparked when the then military government of the Supreme Military Council (SMC II) of Lieutenant General Fred Akuffo put then flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings on public trial for attempting to overthrow the government on May 15th 1979. This happened because Rawlings was a junior soldier in the Ghanaian Army who with other soldiers were refused to be given their salaries.

Source: Upperwestmedia.net

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