UK Ghanaians To Demonstrate Against Mahama’s UK Summit Attendance. Find Out Why


These concerned UK Ghanaians are therefore saying that Mahama is not qualified to attend the summit because he is guilty of the issues that are going to be addressed.

Ghanaians living in the UK who have been in the know about the present challenges prevalent in their father land, have decided to demonstrate against President Mahama. Ghanaians Abroad Against Corruption(GHACO) and the Coalition of Ghanaians against Electoral Fraud(COGEF) are agitating against the lackadaisical attitude of the government towards the present hitches experienced in the country.

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The group have strong claims that Mahama has used his tenure of office to destroy Ghana’s economy. These concerned UK Ghanaians are therefore saying that Mahama is not qualified to attend the summit because he is guilty of the issues that are going to be addressed.

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These groups say that being in a global world, they are fully aware of everything going on in the country. The group made reference to the controversial bus branding deal which stirred up pressing questions about the government.

These group of concerned Ghanaians agitated on why Ghana’s oil money of about GHc3.6 million would be used to brand buses without going through a procurement process. They have also made reference to other questionable moves by government including the recent allegation by Dr Bawumia that the Finance Minister allowed an illegal transfer of  $250 million to a private bank.

Mahama is among world leaders invited by British Prime Minister David Cameron to attend an anti-corruption summit being organised by the UK Government. For Ghana, the Summit is important in moving forward’s anti-corruption agenda. But then, with the president still in the UK, the group is planning to have the demonstration.

According to reports Mahama is expected to  host an ‘Accounting to the People’ Forum for Ghanaians living in the UK on Friday.