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On the occasion of Indepndence: Ghana @58!

It’s Independence Day today in Ghana!! Yaay!! Our country has officially been a sovereign state for the last 58 years and there’s been quite a lot of change since then. 22 more words

Swapping Places: 58 Years of Independence.

Happy independence Day Ghana. Is there anything to celebrate about Ghana? Surely, we have a rich political history and we continue to blaze ge political trail in Africa and we are respected in the league of nations. 649 more words

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Ghana is 58 Today

The republic of Ghana has attained it’s 58th year after independence today. Today is a very special day in the hearts of Ghanaians as we embrace the need to be independent. 41 more words

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Happy Independence Day

Trax Ghana congratulates all our farmers, staff, partners and all other Ghanaians on the occasion of Independence Day. Today marks the independence gained from Great Britain in 1957 and is traditionally celebrated with parades  around the country. 10 more words

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Ghana's electricity rationing is leaving its independence celebrations in the dark

Every Independence Day, Ghanaians of a certain age make the same speech. My grandfather’s is the finest, tinged by a pride he’s felt since that day on March 6th, 1957 when the British Gold Coast became the Republic of Ghana and he ran alongside President Kwame Nkrumah’s car in a crowd of tens of thousands. 819 more words

Martina McBride's "Independence Day" - Throwback Thursday Lunchtime Leftover

It’s Throwback Thursday and that means you get to hear great songs from the 80’s, 90’s and the early 2000’s that you don’t get to hear everyday on K-FROG. 183 more words

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Celebrating my Independence Day

So, it is now March, according to the calendar.

And I am thinking of Independence Day.

Yes, Independence Day.  In March.  March, when its cold and rainy, and we are nowhere close to being able to have a cookout, or go to the beach or even wear flip flops without freezing our feet off. 737 more words

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