The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters Ernesto Yeboah who was arrested at a George Floyd inspired protest has been released from Police custody.
He was released after finally meeting his bail conditions after spending two days in custody over failure to meet the conditions.
In a Facebook post, the group said: Fellow Fighters CiC Ernesto Yeboah has finally been released after spending more than 30 hours in police custody since the court granted him bail. The struggle continues. Victory will be ours. We keep fighting. Until economic freedom is achieved”.
He was arrested by security operatives at the Black Star Square in Accra last week Saturday for organizing a vigil against police brutalities against Blacks in America in the wake of George Floyd murder.