All is set for the first-ever media personnel organised demonstration against corruption in the country.

The ‘fabewoso’ demonstration which is being organised by the host and producers of Adom FM’s Morning Show ‘Dwaso Nsem’ will kick off at exactly 7:30 am from the offices of Multimedia Group in Kokomlemle, Accra.

Leading the demonstration is the dynamic host of the show, Captain Kwadwo Smart. The demonstration would be attended by tens of thousands of listeners, mainly youth, of ‘Fabewoso’ a segment on the morning show of Ghana’s No 1 radio station’s morning show, ‘Dwaso Nsem’.

The segment focuses on unearthing corrupt activities in various government institutions. Perpetrators of the corrupt acts are named and shamed as well.

The segment which is aired on Mondays and Wednesdays at 8:00 am has helped unearthed many corrupt activities in several state and security agencies.

It has helped in the reformation of several institutions as well.

The Ghana Prisons Service, Fire Service are among the numerous institutions of state that have been reformed as a result of revelations from the programme.

Foreign missions in the country cause their local staff to either explain or transcribe the programme for them.

Listeners and contributors of the show who are always stunned by the huge waste in the system caused largely by civil and public servants have always demanded that they be permitted to display their anger openly.

In line with the continuous demands of the listeners, the host of the show, Captain Smart will on Friday, May 26th, 2017 lead a massive demonstration to demand accountability from managers of state institutions.

The demonstrators will converge and start from the all popular ‘Obra Spot’ at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle.

The demonstrators will head straight to the office of the Economic and Organised Crimes Office (EOCO) where they will present a petition to the office to demand that some implicated state officials in the Auditor General’s report by investigated.

Other supporting documents will also be presented to EOCO as well.