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Ghana, MPs disagree, army enters Parliament House

Just hours before President Nana Akofu Edu was sworn in yesterday, the army entered the Ghanaian parliament to settle differences between opposition lawmakers. The clashes highlighted tensions following the December 7 election, which led to extraordinary unrest in Ghana, a cocoa and gold-producing country considered a stronghold of democracy in West Africa. When a member of the President’s NPP party picked up some ballot papers during an overnight vote to elect the Speaker of the House.

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