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01 July 2014

Is President Mahama naked? Nobody tells him the truth?- Demonstration Over 'Worsening Conditions in Ghana.

The non-partisan group calling itself Concerned Ghanaians for Responsible Governance (CGRG) is marching to petition President John Mahama on what it said, has been the worsening economic conditions in the country.
Dubbed 'Occupy Flagstaff House', the organizers say every Ghanaian deserved to be happy and are tired of talking about hardship on social media.
Here Are Some Tweets Trending on The Social Media

Under the banner of the Concerned Ghanaians for Responsible Governance, the campaign has been dubbed "#OccupyFlagstaffHouse", a reference to the office of the presidency.
"Ghanaians deserve to be happy and are tired of talking about hardship on social media," the protesters are quoted as saying.

According to the African Development Bank, Ghana's economic growth "decelerated" in 2013 - considerably lower than the achievements of the preceding years. The budget deficit has apparently fuelled public discourse and some dissatisfaction with the administration of President John Dramani Mahama.
The protesters had earlier been denied permission to protest on July 1, the day Ghana celebrates its Republic Day, before the authorities rescinded their decision.

Amongst other things stated in the group's petition are "the erratic supply of electricity nationwide; the unreliable supply of potable water across the country; the ever-depreciating value of the cedi; constant increases in taxes; inefficient revenue collection; very poor road networks; constant increments in utility tariffs".

 Here Are Some Tweets on The Social Media.


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