The Independence Day of Ghana is a public occasion celebrated yearly and the day is allowed as an official state holiday for the residents of Ghana both inside and in the diaspora to respect and commend the Heroes of Ghana who drove the nation to accomplish its independence. Independence Day is commended on March 6th each year. Independence Day is likewise a recognition of the day that denotes the revelation of Ghanaian autonomy or independence from the British colonial rule.
The first Prime Minister of Ghana; Kwame Nkrumah became the Head of Government from 1957 to 1960. On the 6th March 1957 Kwame Nkrumah announced to individuals of Ghana about their freedom, he added that "the African People are equipped and capable for dealing with their affairs and Ghana our beloved country is free forever." Ghana was the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to accomplish its autonomy from European provincial rule.
Many Ghanaians who have gotten the opportunity to lead the country as Presidents have honored the event of Ghana Independence Day and have proclaimed the day a public occasion for a celebration. Granting the day as a public occasion is very much perceived to such an extent that, if the sixth March of a year fell on a weekend of the Independence Day celebration, the working day that follows which is a Monday will be allowed and seen as a holiday by the entire country.
Numerous Presidents from other African nations and Europe have been welcomed to Ghana to participate in the celebration either as Guest Speakers or Invited Guests since the rule of previous President Kwame Nkrumah till now.
Out of appreciation for the principal sub-Saharan African country to announce its independence from the frontier rule, the present Doodle highlights Ghana's Independence Day. Declared at noon on this day in 1957, Ghana's freedom started an influx of decolonization all through the African mainland.
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