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Light scenes at #OccupyBoGProtest as old women display dancing skills

A group of elderly women have been have captured on tape doing the unusual at the grounds of the all important protest #OccupyBoGProtest

The woman clad in red were seen in video showcasing their dancing skills to a popular anti-corruption “Africa Money” music composed by musician Sydney.

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More than thousand of Ghanaians have joined the National Democratic Congress (NDC) on the streets of Accra to participate in the #OccupyBoG demonstration.

This protest has been organized jointly by the NDC minority group in Parliament, the pressure group Arise Ghana, and various other advocacy groups.

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Their primary demand is the resignation of the governor of the Bank of Ghana and his deputies.

The demonstrators have leveled several allegations against Dr. Ernest Addison, the governor, accusing him of mismanaging the central bank and leading it into financial turmoil.

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Additionally, they claim that he has presided over irresponsible spending, including the construction of the new $250 million Bank of Ghana headquarters.

The protest route is planned to take participants from Obra Spot through several key areas, including Adabraka, Ridge roundabout, the National Theatre traffic light, the High Court complex traffic light, and the Atta Mills High Street. The march will then loop around at the National Lottery traffic light and conclude at Independence Square.

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