60th Independence Day parade held in Walewale
Walewale, Mar 06, WMD – Pupils, students, security services, voluntary organizations, Zoomlion and professional bodies on Monday mounted a parade at the Walewale Town Park to mark the country’s 60th Independence Anniversary celebrations.
Mr Andrews Mensah, District Coordinator took the salute on behalf of H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to mark the day, which was on the theme: “Mobilizing for Ghana’s Future”.
The District Coordinating Director who read the address of the President, H.E Nana Akufo-Addo, encouraged Ghanaians to take pride in our diversity by all means, but rising above the ethnic or sectional interest.”
He said “We have a bright future and we must mobilize all our resources and all our strengths, here and in the Ghanaian Diaspora to get to that Promised Land faster.” He complained about the state of the country’s environment, saying “There is nothing we can do better to pay homage to those who fought to free us from bondage than to dedicate this 60th Independence anniversary to protecting our environment and regenerating the lands and water bodies.”