Akuakrom And Ogua Celebrate Independence Day

Posted on March 8, 2013 | 0 comments

Akuakrom And Ogua Celebrate Independence Day
Ghana celebrated her 56th Anniversary as an independent state from British Colonial Rule on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. It is the first Sub-Saharan country to break it links with colonial authority.

The day is normally marked as statutory public day and characterized by colorful parades by school children, security personnel, workers and other identifiable bodies at Black Stars Square in Accra and all regional and district capitals across the country. Holiday makers patronize the various entertainment centers, night-clubs and beaches in their respective areas to commemorate the occasion.

This year, the natives and school children of Akuakrom and Ogua in the Sekyere East district of Ghana also jumped onto the bandwagon by marching to mark this occasion. It was fun galore as school children dressed in their best and marched to the admiration of all.

But the question is, have you really figured out why we march on every Independence Day?

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