Felicity Nelson, one of the gathering’s conveners, let JoyNews know that he was gotten on Tuesday morning by Police officials while en route to the court.”He has a trial today. The Police official requested that he stop and let him know he will now be taken to jail. Along these lines, he [Barker-Vormawor] inquired as to ‘for what reason am I collared?’ the Police said ‘your privileges are diminished when you will now be taken to jail. In this way, we don’t have the foggiest idea where he is, we don’t have the foggiest idea who has captured him, we don’t have the foggiest idea why he’s been captured. Fundamentally, that is what is happening,” she said. On the Movement’s Facebook page, a post read: “Oliver captured once more. Cop let him know his privileges are reduced when he was captured. We are not safe.”
On February 10, Mr Barker-Vormawor took to social media to compromise an overthrow following pictures rising up out of the Majority Leader’s 65th birthday celebration slam showing an ‘E-demand’- planned cake.
He posted, “If this E-Levy passes after this cake bologna, I will do the upset myself. Futile Army!” In a resulting post, he made sense of the setting in which he utilized the word, overthrow. He was captured on February 11 at the Kotoka International Airport, after showing up from the United Kingdom.
On March 16, Mr Barker-Vormawor was conceded a ¢2 million bail and two guarantees. Following his delivery, Mr Barker-Vormawor in a YouTube address claimed that he was tormented while in the authority of the police.
Accordingly, the Deputy Attorney General and Minister for Justice had focused on researching the cases.
As indicated by Alfred Tuah Yeboah, the activist ought to give subtleties of his supposed torment.