Essay On Ghana Independence

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Ghana independence was very important for all the continent of Africa; this independence motivated others countries from Africa for had their independence. For Ghana was difficult achieved its independence but it doesn’t care and Ghana was the first Country on Africa to achieve its Independence. Characteristics.
Ghana is a country of western of Africa situated on the coast of the Gulf of Guinea. Ghana takes its name from the great medieval that was located in the northwest of the modern-day state until its demise in the 13th century. This country is a leading country in Africa because it is considerable Natural wealth for its production of Cocoa and partly because it was the first country in Africa that achieve its independence
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Ghana became an independent country on March 6, 1957, when Britain relinquished its control over the Gold Coast and Ashanti, the Northern Territories Protectorate, and British Togoland. After a long period of colonial rule, the newly elected Assembly of Ghana, passed a motion directing the government to demand independence from Britain. The motion was passed with unanimous vote. It was accepted by the British Government as representing the majority of the Assembly.
Ends the independence
When the independence of Ghana finish All people from Ghana became very happy, because they achieved that the suffering and the discrimination that they had come to its end. A person from Ghana had a message for all the continent Africa, it was “this decade is a decade of African independence hour”. He refers that it was time that all African countries take the decision to fight for become independent.
When the independence finished people from all Africa say “Our independence is meaningless unless it is linked up with the total liberation of the African continent” Later more than 30 other African countries, spurred by Ghana’s example, followed suit and declared their own independence within the next decade.
After the independence
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