Scores of discontent Ghanaians will march through principal streets of Accra on Wednesday to protest the controversial defence cooperation agreement between Ghana and the United States.
The 2018 defence cooperation agreement which was ratified by a Majority-only Parliament last week will permit the U.S. Military to use Ghana as a base for staging and deploying forces.
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The Minority legislators walk out Parliament, refusing to approve the deal they believe will mortgage the country’s sovereignty to the superpower.
Before walking out, the House was reduced to a marketplace with Minority shouts and taunts of objection to the controversial document that was before them.