- Ghanaians in the US have been captured in a video protesting the December 7 election results at the embassy in Washington DC
- They carried placards containing inscriptions that suggested that the election was stolen for the ruling NPP
- They were also chanting words against the top NPP officials
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A video has surfaced on social media showing a protest that was ongoing at the Ghanaian Embassy in Washington DC, United States of America.
In the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram handle of Elikem The Gossip, the mob was seen protesting the December 7 election result while carrying placards with serious inscriptions.
They were also chanting many words including tagging top political figures in the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) as thieves.
Watch the video below:
Some Ghanaians have been reacting to this development.
Check out some of the interesting ones gathered by YEN.com.gh below:
Jokers. Keep shouting in the cold
anaharris94 poured out her heart saying:
Protesting for what exactly? Who’s gon help them or listen to them?
Chaiiii, trump sef w’ay3 hye kraa ky3n mo
ablorhdennis tried explaining the development saying:
NDC is crying out because they can't get the money to buy the big big cars anymore
In a separate report, Emmanuel Nana Appiah Sam, a gentleman who was denied his certificate from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) upon finishing school, has made a great U-turn.
Recounting the powerful story sighted by YEN.com.gh on his activity feed on LinkedIn, Emmanuel revealed that when he finished KNUST in 2014, he had 14 trails.
He had pursued BSc Agriculture and was given a maximum of four semesters (two years) to rewrite all the trailed papers, which he did successfully.
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