The Ghana First Patriotic Front is holding another protest against the Ghana-US military agreement in Tamale.
Demonstrators, clad in red, held placards with inscriptions: "No to US military base in Ghana," "This wasn't what you promised us King Promise," "Ghanaians deserve some respect Mr Akufo-Addo," "We want jobs not military base," "Our sovereignty is not for sale" among others.
The military agreement gives the US military "unimpeded" access to Ghana, immunity for US soldiers, access to runways, tax exceptions, radio frequency among others.
In March, the GFPF held a rally against the presence of US troops in Ghana in Accra. It was also attended a coalition of opposition political parties.