Dozens of teachers and nurses have been arrested by the Police for demonstrating close to the Flagstaff House on Monday morning.
Police say they breached the Public Order Act by not getting clearance from them before embarking on the demonstration.
They were protesting to demand immediate employment into the Ghana Education Service (GES) as teachers.
The 15 teachers and 14 nurses claim they haven’t been posted since 2014, after they graduated from the various colleges of education.
20 others bolted upon the arrival of the Police.
They are likely to be charged for unlawful assembly.