Ghanaians celebrate 64th Independence Day on social media

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Michael Aromolaran

Ghanaians have taken to social media to celebrate their country’s 64th Independence Day.

Ghanaian footballer, Kingsley Fobi, said on Twitter, “Happy Independence Day to every Ghanaian. May peace continue to reign among us! God bless”.

@PKGumah likewise remarked, “We are 64 years old. The youths are at the centre of this celebration. Let’s continue to empower the youths, for this is what I stand for! #IndependenceDay”.

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@garyalamith equally expressed hope, saying, “Happy 64th #IndependenceDay Day, Ghana. Let’s be better, stronger and brighter going forward.” – @garyalamith

On Facebook, Hashim Hanifah wrote, “One people One Ghana Happy Independence day Gh”

@nakeeyat on Instagram said, “This is our motherland. Many languages and tribes, Different cultures, Different believes, And this makes our nation great and strong”.

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Ghana, formerly Gold Coast, on March 6, 1957, under the leadership of Kwame Nkrumah, attained her independence from British colonial rule, becoming the first sub-Saharan African country to break free from European colonialism.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the 64th Independence parade takes place at the presidential palace, Jubilee House, without public attendance. Ghanaians are instead watching the parade via live stream on the Facebook page of the Ghanaian Ministry of Information.

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