Ghana gained independence in 1957. Ghanaians were brave and intelligent enough to oust external imperialists with unified effort.
Ghana was illegally occupied by many colonial regimes since the onset of fourteenth century.
Cold blooded rule forced Ghanaians to bear the brunt of inhuman atrocities. Hundreds and thousands of Ghanaians lost their lives to fascist colonial regimes.
Nearly five thousand Ghanaians were transported illegally to Europe and United States since 19th century.
Ghanaians finally won the battle and forced British colonials to leave the scenes of Gold Coast in 1957 to gain the status of a republic.
Since independence, Ghanaians would have loved to settle down but they collapsed initially.
The newly independent state saw rough patches of internal conflicts, death and decay, turmoil, political instabilities and ethnic clashes.
Even during the rough times, the effects of internal chaos didn’t shackle the roots of Ghana.
They were closely tied because of chieftains. Clan chiefs were able to set the tone of peaceful coexistence.
Strong cultural legacy and emotional bond with traditions of the ancestors, people were able to reunite and relive with passion and love for their homeland.
Ghana is rich in natural wealth and this was one very big reason of foreign invasions, time and again.
Cocoa export is one of the most important contributors in the national income.
Extraction of Gold has been a matter of prime concern since independence. More emphasis needs to be given on extraction of natural resources including Gold.
Natural reserves attract hundreds and thousands of tourists each year.
Wild forests and national parks are a home to hundreds of endangered species.
Ghana is multiethnic and each clan and community has its own way of celebrating their religious festivals.
Ghana has all the ability to blossom, grow and expand in size and texture.
Smaller targets ought to be set and achieved to build up on the masses.
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