Some social media users were outraged by a music video by Meek Mill, an American rapper who recently performed in the country.
The video, which was shot at the seat of government, Jubilee House, has sparked outrage on social media.
On his official social media page, James Agyenim-Boateng of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) demands a public investigation into the matter.
He wondered why Ghanaian filmmakers struggle to get access to Police Uniforms for their films, but a foreigner is given unrestricted access to shoot a music video.
”Local film makers struggle to get SECURITY CLEARANCE for just one police uniform for movie scenes. Yet they gave unfettered access to the seat of government for a foreigner to shoot a music video? This calls for a full scale public inquiry!”
Meanwhile, Jubilee House is trending on Twitter with over 4,800 tweets.