Ghana National Flag
  Ghana National Anthem
  Ghana Economy
  Ghana Geography
  Ghana National Symbols
  Ghana Art and Culture
  Ghana Heritage
  Ghana National Heroes
  Places in Ghana
  Historical Places in Ghana
  Ghana History
  Ghana Political System
  Ghana Demography
  Cities of Ghana
Independence Day Dates
  Ghana-March 06
  Zimbabwe-April 18
  Norway-May 17
  Ecuador-May 24
  South Africa-May 31
  Philippines-June 12
  Russia-June 12
  Canada-July 1
  USA-July 4,


-July 05
  Venezuela-July 5
  Argentina-July 9


-July 14
  Columbia-July 20
  Peru-July 28
  Jamaica -August 06


-August 09


-August 14


-August 15
  North Korea-August 15
  South Korea-August 15


-August 17


-August 19
  Ukraine-August 24


-August 31
  Brazil-Sept. 7
  Macedonia-Sept. 8
  Costa Rica -Sept. 15


-Sept. 16
  Saudi Arabia-Sept. 23
  New Zealand-Sept. 26


-October 1


-October 1
  Belgium-October 4


-October 03


-December 12
  Cameroon-January 01
  Australia-January 26
  Sri Lanka-February 04
  Iran-February 10


-February 28
123Independenceday Ghana

Independence Day of Ghana

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.

Thousands of Ghanaians gathered round the streets to enjoy the Independence Day of the country. The partygoers wrapped themselves in the red, yellow and green national flag adorned with a black star and swayed with the music under the moonlight.
Dancers and drummers from the Ghana National Dance Ensemble traveled with the common people in the streets and danced their way out.

Whole day long, it being a public holiday, workshops, demonstrations, performances are carried out for the people's amusement, where the Ghanaian people celebrate the end of colonial rule and the dawn of their independence. All sing the national anthem "God Bless Our Homeland Ghana", which was also adopted on Ghana's Independence Day. In the evening the skies light up with beautiful fireworks as the people gather to show respect to all the people who fought tirelessly for the Independence Day of Ghana.


Get Aquainted with the Independence Day of various Countries
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