#FixTheCountry demonstrators in front of Ghana High Commission, Belgrave Square - London | GhKings 2021
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#FixTheCountry protest takes place outside Ghana High Commission in London

Their demonstration is also counter-protested by supporters of the imcumbent ruling party.

Ghanaians in the UK have hit the streets of the Ghana High Commission to show support for demonstrators of #FixTheCountry agenda.

Some Ghanaians in the diaspora have joined the wagon to demonstrate against the current NPP government. Their worries spikes from the difficult livelihood which has erupted in Ghana. Ajustice for Ahmed Hussein-Suale and Kaaka.

The #FixTheCountry demonstrators took to the streets of Belgrave Square in central London to show their support for the agenda which also in effect in Ghana. The demonstration takes place ahead of the main event which will also happen in Acccra on August 4, 2021.

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However, the “Fix The Country” demo is also contendered by supporters of the imcumbent ruling party. They also took to the other side of the street to sing songs in support of President Akufo-Addo.

Among some of the placards held by demonstrators illustrated,

“Living in Ghana is a death sentence,”

“Fix Youth Employment,”

“Fix the growing insecurity,”

“Teachers are also citizens and deserve respect,”

“Ghanaians did not vote for friends and family government,”

“Ghanaians deserve the freedom to speak without the fear of being murdered”

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Watch some of the live footage from demonstration below.


Watch video from the NPP supoorters:

Written by Kingsley OB

Filmmaker and music enthusiast at GhKings.
TWITTER: @Kingsley_OB

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