Scores of Ghanaians living in the United Kingdom and Ireland gathered at Westminster to demonstrate against President Akufo-Addo and his government on Friday, June 16.

Mr Akufo-Addo, who was scheduled for a town hall meeting with Ghanaians living in the UK, was rather greeted with a protest after the agitated Ghanaians had managed to secure a protest permit from the Metropolitan Police to demonstrate against their guest.

Updates from Westminster suggest that protesters in large numbers caused traffic jam on link roads around the British Parliament.

Main trunk roads such as the Milbank, Victoria Street, George Street, Broad Sanctuary, and other nearby streets were clogged by Ghanaians who participated in the protest.

Source: Ghana/