Fix the Country Protesters march in Ghana’s capital
Several thousand anti-government protesters have marched through the streets of the Ghana capital, Accra, to call for action to address the country’s economic and social challenges.
The Fix The Country protests, which began in March, have been gaining momentum
A social media campaign under the slogan “Fix The Country” has gained momentum in recent months.
President Nana Akufo-Addo’s government has introduced new taxes and increased fuel prices.
Some on the streets criticised the president’s decision to build a $200m (£143m) national cathedral – arguing that bigger priorities including education and housing needed to be addressed.
The protests started in March when a court dismissed an opposition challenge to Mr Akufo-Addo’s re-election in December.