Ghana’s Independence Day celebrated on the 6th of March each year, is a momentous occasion for Ghanaian's as they commentate their liberation from the British colonial rule in 1957. The day is marked with various activities that showcase Ghana’s rich history, culture and national pride. The 67th Independence Day at Ga south municipal assembly was celebrated with great enthusiasm and respect at the Ngleshie Amanfro durbar ground on the 6th of March 2024 to commemorate the sovereignty of our country.

The celebration began with a parade where students from various schools in the municipality's cadet and other organizations marched proudly. The people assembled sang the National Anthem as patriotic citizens followed by prayers from the various religious groups. Speeches were then delivered by government officials who emphasized on development, unity, good morals and the preservation of Ghana’s value which our Honourable (MP and MCE’s name) spoke about. Cultural performances also played significant role on the day where traditional music, dances and drumming was showcased, reflecting the diverse ethnic groups and traditions found in Ghana. These performances not only entertained but also served as a reminder of the nation’s cultural heritage. We are blessed our forefathers toiled and gave us a land where we live peacefully and we must endeavor to maintain it even before and after the upcoming elections. The video below shows a colorful and successful Ga South Municipal Assembly 67th Independence Day went.