GHANA@61: Mahama Speaks...

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                                Former President John Dramani Mahama has called for a 'high sense of nationalism' and 'patriotism' among Ghanaians as Ghana celebrates 61 years since attaining independence.

The former President is currently out of the country leading a team of observers in Sierra Leone as they vote on 7 March 2018 to elect a President, Parliament and local councils. 

In a message on his facebook page, Mahama said: "I join my fellow Ghanaians, both home and all over the world, to appreciate how far we have come as a country, 61 years after Independence.

On March 06, 1957, we gained freedom from the shackles of colonialism. That precious freedom brought hope and confidence to all Ghanaians, Sub-Saharan Africans and indeed the entire Pan African world.

May the commemoration of our Independence Day continue to trigger in us, a high sense of nationalism, patriotism and love for humankind that will contribute meaningfully to national growth and prosperity.

Happy Independence Day.

God bless our homeland Ghana".

Source: Peacefmonline.com
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