They also peeled off the coat of arms at the entrance of the State House and proceeded to smash the windows of some of the buses yet to be distributed for Bus Rapid Transit project.
Thousands of structures were pulled down to make way for the dredging of the Odaw River and the Korle Lagoon.
The residents who have been rendered homeless say they must be compensated.
Kojo Agyeman reported that the protestors marched to the State House demanding to speak with President John Mahama “because they say he is a brother of theirs and he gave the directive to the AMA [Accra Metropolitan Assembly] to demolish their structures last Saturday and they are expressing their anger.”
“The Police are trying to calm them down. They are trying to get onto the staircase at the Sate Banquet Hall.”