[dropcap]P[/dropcap]ictures circulating on the social media suggest that some Ghanaians from all walks of life in the United Kingdom and Ireland gathered at Westminster and demonstrated against the government of President Akufo-Addo.
According to reports, the less than a year in office president of Ghana, who was at the Westminster this afternoon for town hall meeting with Ghanaians in the area was met with a demonstration.
“Instead of turning up to listen to President Akufo Addo they have rather taken a protest permit from the Metropolitan Police to demonstrate against their guest” – the report suggest
“The permit which was granted early this week under reference SP2256 by the Metropolitan Police allows Ghanaians in the UK who are disgruntled by the corrupt leadership of Akufo Addo to register their views without fear or favour.”
The report continued that a large numbers Ghanains who there trooping to the demonstration caused “traffic to jam on link roads around the British Parliament. Main trunk roads such as the Milbank, Victoria street, George Street, Broad Sanctuary and many nearby streets are clogged by the sheer number of Ghanaians thronging the location to expose the bold corruption taking place under the approving Presidency of Nana Akuffo Addo.”