Ghana’s largest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) staged a large protest on July 6 against killings and rising levels of insecurity in the country. Protestors walked through the streets, dancing and chanting to loud music, before presenting their petitions to the presidency and parliament.
Ghana is becoming a ‘disguised dictatorship’, say worried activists
Africa's most respected democracy is showing worrying signs of backsliding. From protests against election-rigging being closed down by pliant courts, to violence from police against activists pushing for change, activists claim the second term of President Nana Akufo-Addo has taken an authoritarian turn. Not so, say the government, who blame the poor economy they inherited.