Ghanaians are Celebrating Their Country's Independence With #GhanaAt60
Today marks Ghana's 60th independence day from British colonial rule.
On March 6, 1957 Ghana told the British to literally "GTFOH," and became the first African nation, under colonial rule, to gain its independence.
60 years ago today, Kwame Nkrumah, gave an impassioned victory speech in front of a massive crowd of jubilant Ghanaians in which he declared "at long last, the battle has ended. Ghana, our beloved country is free forever."
Today, Ghanaians are still triumphant, and have taken to social media to celebrate their country's revolutionary feat. The outpouring of pride and love is real.
— Ghana??Choco? (@alfred_mckenzi) March 6, 2017
Happy Independence Day to my homeland Ghana ???????? - 60 years! pic.twitter.com/kj6fOsirNo
— Joshua Kissi (@JoshuaKissi) March 6, 2017
— Best Rapper Alive (@Okyeamekwame) March 6, 2017
— Colson Style Theory (@colsonStheory) March 6, 2017
Even #SaltBae showed out.
— fi ? (@fiaaCheetah) March 5, 2017
It went down earlier today at Ghana's Independence Square.
— Yofi Grant (@RYofiGrant) March 6, 2017
People are expressing their love through creativity.
— 0690.16 (@bkmsang) March 4, 2017
— a girl.. (@vifa4eva) March 4, 2017
How I see the budget right now✌?
— BeemerWife (BMW) (@mcmoney1z) March 3, 2017
And through creativity and food together.
— Dapaah Chocolates (@dapaahchocolate) March 3, 2017
Ghana's independence is symbolic for all of Africa and the diaspora. Long live the Black Stars!
— SmithsonianNMAfA (@NMAfA) January 16, 2017
Happy Independence Day, Ghana! #Ghanaat60 ??
"OUR INDEPENDENCE IS MEANINGLESS UNLESS IT IS LINKED UP WITH THE TOTAL LIBERATION OF AFRICA." pic.twitter.com/31bVJmewgu
— Adizah Eghan (@Adizah_E) March 6, 2017