Pro and anti-government protestors clashed in the United States over President Akufo-Addo.
The two groups had each come out to support their position and ended up getting into arguments and trading insults.
According to reports, the presence of President Akufo-Addo in the United States caused the clash.
The President is currently in New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly.
According to Ghanaweb, a pro-government group came out to the streets to welcome Akufo-Addo to the country.
Another group, the anti-government group, were those sympathetic to ‘Fix the Country’ messaging and had come out to protest Akufo-Addo’s abysmal performance in office.
The two clashed and were hurling insults at each other in both Ga and Twi.
If not for the fact that white law enforcement was around, you would be forgiven for thinking the incident was happening on the streets of Accra or Kumasi.
The anti-government group accused the other side of being governemnt agents flown in alongside the President to welcome him to the U.S.
The pro-gvovernment folks also berated the other side for humiliating Ghana outside with their protests.
Akufo-Addo, meanwhile, was chilling as he presented his address to the UN General Assembly with no worries about the clashes.
He has been facing such protests whenever he travels these days as Ghanaians chase him around the world to account for his poor leadership.
A Ghanaian group infamously humiliated him in Germany when they shouted at him to fix the country
whilst he was walking into the venue of a program he was attending.
Personally, I’m loving this new humiliation tactic by Ghanaians abroad – long may it continue!