Mahama tells Ghanaians: Let's make Ghana better in the next 60 years

Former President John Dramani Mahama has on the occasion of Ghana’s 60th independence day anniversary, urged Ghanaians to devote their time and effort at making the country “even better” in the next 60 years. In his anniversary message shared on his social media handles, President Mahama who ceded the governance of the country to Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on January 7, 2017, acknowledged Ghanaians for attaining 60 years of independence. “I salute all Ghanaians on the occasion of our 60th Independence Anniversary. Let’s dedicate ourselves, on this occasion, to make the next 60 years even better,” he said. Ghana on Monday marked 60 years of independence from Britain. A 6th March parade of school children and security personnel was held across the district and the regional capitals across the country with a national event at the Independence Square in Accra where the President, Nana Akufo-Addo addressed the nation. A year-long activities have been lined up for the celebration which is on the theme: Ghana 60 Years On, Mobilising for Ghana’s Future. By|Ghana]]>

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