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Queen Elizabeth II is honored by the Anglican Church.

An extraordinary thanksgiving service has been held at the Most Blessed Trinity Anglican Church building in Accra to praise the existence of Sovereign Elizabeth II, the late Ruler of the Unified Realm (UK) and formal head of state of 14 different nations. 

The VP, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, who was among the dignitaries at the assistance, for the benefit of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and individuals of Ghana, stretched out his most profound sympathies to Lord Charles III, the Illustrious Family, individuals of the Unified Realm (UK) and the Commonwealth of Countries.

"As we commend an incredible lady who was an epitome of ethicalness, mental fortitude, and friendship, I request that God will acknowledge her delicate soul to a tranquil rest," he said.

Likewise, exceptional assistance was provided by the Head of Staff, Akosua Frema Osei-Opare, the Priest of International Concerns and Provincial Reconciliation, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, and the staff of the English High Commission in Ghana.


As an individual from the Commonwealth, Dr. Bawumia said Ghana had a memorable relationship with the UK and Her Highness, Sovereign Elizabeth II.

With that in mind, he said, the death of the Sovereign had been received in Ghana with overwhelming sadness, culminating in President Akufo-Addo coordinating that all official banners in the nation be flown at the half pole for seven days.

"The high points of Ghana's relationship with Her Highness were in the years 1961 and 1999 with her authority visits." "To be sure, in her 1961 visit, a unique extravagance and luxury tune entitled Welcome Your Highness was formed in her honor," he said, adding that "her renowned hit the dance floor with Ghana's most memorable President and powerful Dish Africanist, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, at a goodbye ball in Accra in 1961, was portrayed by researchers as both emblematic and important to the Commonwealth."


While honoring the late English ruler, VP Bawumia said she showed wonderful administration in a time set apart for areas of strength by provincial and freedom waves on the African landmass during the 1950s and 1960s, and it was, therefore, not unexpected that under her rule the Commonwealth saw such an enormous change.

He said: "Her 96-year-old long life and 70 years of rule as Sovereign of the UK and the Domains and top of the Commonwealth deserve to be celebrated."

"In these jobs, Her Highness had a yeoman's undertaking of supervising the change of Extraordinary England from the strains of the post-The Second Great War period, particularly the Virus War, assuming an instrumental part in giving freedom to previous English provinces, one of which is our dearest Ghana, and contributing colossally to the general harmony the world has delighted in since the finish of WWII," VP Bawumia expressed.

At the hour of her passing, Dr. Bawumia said, the Commonwealth had become so alluring that even non-anglophone nations were applying to join.

He said the Sovereign showed that one of the characteristics of an administration was to acknowledge change and make the best of it.

"Today, we don't just praise an individual's existence; we also commend the pinnacle of benevolent public help and administration in this advanced time," Dr. Bawumia said.

High Magistrate

The English High Magistrate to Ghana, Harriet Thompson, portrayed Sovereign Elizabeth II as an extraordinary pioneer who drove in her special manner.

She said the authority of the sovereign was one of hard work and that she drove with fortitude, strength, and assurance, yet in addition, with warmth, fondness, and modesty.

Ms. Thompson said the sovereign had an existence of committed obligation until the end and that "we could all learn a couple of her models and the world would be in a superior spot."


The Primate, Church of the Region of West Africa, Diocese Supervisor of Ghana's Interior Territory, and Cleric of Asante Mampong, were most animated during a lecture. Dr. Cyril Kobina Ben-Smith expressed gratitude to God for life and as an observer of the Sovereign, who he described as the profound head of the Anglican Church in the United Kingdom and the Anglican brotherhood.

He said one thing that propelled the late Sovereign and enlivened her regardless of anything else was her Christian confidence.

The most enthused en-Smith depicted the help as one of appreciation and recognition and said: "We join our hearts to express gratitude to God for the endowment of such a valuable gem to the world these past 70 years."

He begged God to be the pinnacle of solidarity for Lord Charles III, President Akufo-Addo, and Vice President Bawumia, as well as all those in positions of authority in the country.

Harping on "much obliged," the Anglican Ecclesiastical overseer said: "All should thoroughly consider the tails of their lives and help, acknowledge the plans and procedure as well as our impediments regardless of our level, personality, and that is a big motivator for us."

"How about we stay undaunted and trust in God and the plans he has? The great days are coming, and we will revive monetarily. This will allow us to view our country with enthusiasm and respect. How about we figure out how to help out each other and the country? "most fired up. Dr. Ben-Smith exhorted.

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