A lawyer for Arise Ghana Beatrice Annan has accused the Ghana Police Service of bad faith.
The outspoken Private legal practitioner made the accusation after the High Court ordered that the Arise Ghana demonstration start from Obra Spot, go through Farisco Traffic light and TUC and end up at the Jubilee House.
The court further ordered that the demonstration end by 4pm.
Lawyer Beatrice Annan says the order of the court is contrary to the agreement reached with the police.
According to her the police had agreed to allow them to move through the Nima Highway to the Jubilee House where they would have picketed into the night.
She told Sena Nombo in an interview on the Gold Morning Conversation said the demonstrators had even agreed to close the demonstrations at 8pm as against their original plan of 10pm.
Beatrice Annan said the demonstrators were taken aback when the police turned up in court arguing for the demonstrations to be stopped because of the threat of terrorism.
She said the police even attempted to get the matter adjourned by claiming they wanted time to respond to some depositions made in the affidavit of Arise of Ghana in an attempt to ensure the demonstration did not come off.
Lawyer Beatrice Annan said the even though the legal team of Arise Ghana had filed an application for a stay of execution and notice of appeal, the demonstrations would come off as planned.