Since June 2023, a group of Ghanaian protesters have been camped outside the Jubilee House, the official residence of the President of Ghana, to demand economic reforms. The protesters, who call themselves the #OccupyJulorbiHouse movement, are protesting against the rising cost of living and the government's economic policies.
The protesters have accused the government of mismanagement and corruption. They have also called for the government to reduce taxes and fuel prices, and to increase investment in public services.
The police have blocked the protesters from marching to the Jubilee House on several occasions. However, the protesters have remained determined to continue their protest until their demands are met.
The OccupyJulorbiHouse protest has gained significant support from the Ghanaian public. Many Ghanaians are frustrated with the rising cost of living and the government's economic policies. The protest has also highlighted the lack of accountability and transparency in the government.
The government has responded to the protest by promising to address the concerns of the protesters. However, the protesters have remained skeptical of the government's promises. They have vowed to continue their protest until they see concrete results.