Ghana today commemorates Founder’s Day, which is a day set aside to acknowledge the role played by successive generations of Ghanaians towards the liberation of the country from colonisation and imperialism.
This will be the third time the day is being marked after Parliament approved it in 2019.
It replaced Founder’s Day which was celebrated on September 21, every year to mark the birthday of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.
The celebration remains a controversial one due to the stance of some political parties which oppose the change.
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