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AWMA commemorates Ghana's 65th Independence Day Anniversary


The Ayawaso West Municipal Assembly on Sunday held thiѕ year’s Independence Day celebration аt thе Abelenkpe JSS park tо mark Ghana’s 65th Independence Anniversary undеr thе theme “Working Together; Bouncing Back Better”.

The colorful celebration of Ghana's independence was characterized by the cultural display by thе University Staff Village Primary school and march pass by contingents from schools within the municipality.

The Abelenkpe Junior High School was awarded first place in the march pass, with Dzorwulu Junior School in second place and Accra College of Education Demonstration School in third place.

Delivering hеr speech аftеr thе parade, Hon Sandra Owusu-Ahinkorah, the Municipal Chief Executive of the Assembly, amplified the clarion call to be self-reliant by generating revenue internally to implement developmental projects for the benefit of the people rather than being over-reliance on foreign aids and assistance. She also stated that ‘the country has a lot of human and national resources and there is the need to work harder to harness these resources for the betterment of the nation’.

She also urged Ghanaians to support the President’s and the Greater Accra Regional Minister’s vision to make Accra the cleanest city in Africa by adhering to the relevant by-law on the cleaning, greening of the frontage, and the ban on aboboyaa on the principal streets of the region.

She reminded the gathering that Covid-19 is still lingering around and there is the need for a continuous adherence to all safety protocols to stay healthy and alive, stating that ‘Lets us ignore all misconception surrounding the vaccines and contribute our quota to the fight against the virus by getting vaccinated and adhering to the protocols’

She also used the opportunity to appeal to Ghanaians to pray for Ukraine and Russia for peace to prevail, stating that the world today is a global village and that whatever happens in one country has an adverse effect on the rest of the world

The celebration was attended by the Member of Parliament for the Ayawaso West Wuogon, pupils and teachers of schools within the municipality, Assembly Members, heads of decentralized departments, security chiefs, political parties, religious leaders, Chiefs and residents.