The Independence Day of Ghana was officially announced on 6th March, 1957. The people of Ghana were under the rule of the British and finally with lots of struggle the country became free. Ghana was the first Black African country to gain its independence.
The Ghanaian Independence Day is a very important day in the Ghanaian calendar. On 6th March, 2008 the people of Ghana celebrated the 50th anniversary of Ghana's Independence Day. Hundreds of people gathered at the Newham Town Hall to hear the Mayor of Newham Sir Robin Wales's speech, other than Ghana's High Commissioner to the UK and Ireland, His Excellency Annan Cato, and Councillor Joy Laguda. The national flag was raised as people joined to sing the national anthem of Ghana.
|Independence Day of various Countries|
|India||Iran||Ghana||Kenya||Macedonia||Malaysia||New Zealand||Nigeria||North Korea||Norway|
|Pakistan||Peru||Russia||Saudi Arabia||Srilanka||South Africa||South Korea||USA||Zimbabwe|