Ghana’s 65 years of independence is meaningless – Floating Voters Assoc.
GHANA’S 65YRS OF INDEPENDENCE IS MEANINGLESS
Ghana happens to be one of the early nations to gain independence on the African continent.On 6th march 1957 the country was officially set free from colonial governance, An independence that meant so much to our forefathers for they faught and toil for it with their lives.
Immediately after independence in 1957,the country under the leadership of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah made plans for development and transformation across the nation.factories were built,many institutions were established to aid the development and the lives of Ghanaians, measures were instituted to prevent the country from going back into colonial rule.
65years after independence in Ghana today,we still have schools under trees,poor roads, insufficient factories and other major problems confronting the nation.Our independence has become meaningless as we keep running to our colonial masters for support and assistance.we have fail to consume and patronize what is Ghana made,we import alot than we export as a country and this has made us over dependent on the western world.
Our engagings today as Ghanaians, has proven that the black man is not really capable of managing his own affairs.It is necessary and right about time for us to rise over our setbacks as a nation and persue our destiny,Our leaders today must champion the course of Ghana beyond aid to make our Independence meaningful and right in place.
God bless our homeland Ghana.
…………SIGNED………. FLOATING VOTERS ASSOCIATION.
Source : Floating Voters Association
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