Happy 67th anniversary to all Ghanaians!

 Ghana will celebrate its 67th anniversary of independence from Brit­ish colonial rule on March 6, which falls on a Wednesday.

Our former leaders battled for our independence under the leadership of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the first President of Ghana.

After a protracted strug­gle for independence, Ghana became the first nation in Sub-Saharan Africa to be free of British colonial rule; as a result, she celebrates her Independence Day on March 6 every year to honour this wonderful accomplishment.

A person who lives to be sixty-seven is no minor ac­complishment; one would assume that at this age, they have experienced many ac­complishments, and the same is true for our country, Ghana.

Despite the challenges, our country has undoubtedly made great progress in a num­ber of areas, including the arts and entertainment, trav­el, tourism, fashion, health, and education among others.

Rich natural resources that have been exploited for prof­it, including gold, diamonds, bauxite, and manganese, are also a blessing for Ghana.

Ghana should be proud of its 67 years of independence as, in spite of obstacles, we have made significant prog­ress toward democratisation from military dictatorship.

The Eastern Regional Capital, Koforidua, is get­ting ready to hold this year’s national independence cele­bration with the theme “Our Democracy, Our Pride.”

His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the president of Ghana, is slated to attend the event together with other dignitaries.

Ghanaians will celebrate in their traditional attire, par­ticularly kente, to highlight their rich cultural heritage to the world.

Interesting events to mark the anniversary will be held across the nation, including fun fairs, street jams, parties, and many more.

In order to ensure a seam­less, tranquil, and prosperous celebration, the Spectator exhorts all participants to celebrate modestly and to act in love and unity.

We hope that Koforidua will play home to an extraor­dinary and historic occasion that will proudly present Ghana’s accomplishments and rich cultural heritage to the world, which will undoubtedly contribute to the growth of the local economy.

We pray that God will bless our homeland Ghana and make it great and strong.

On this occasion of Ghana’s 67th independence celebra­tion the Spectator wishes all Ghanaians a happy anniversa­ry.

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