Vladimir Putin sends message to Ghana

President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin has sent a message to Ghana on the occasion of her 65th Independence Day Anniversary.

In a letter shared by the Russian Embassy in Ghana on Twitter, Vladimir Putin, describes the relations between Ghana and Russian as traditionally of a friendly nature.

He also indicated that further dialogue by both countries will meet the interest of the people which will promote peace and security on the African continent.

“The relations between Russia and Ghana is traditionally of a friendly nature. I am convinced that the further development of a constructive bilateral dialogue and partnership meets the interest of our peoples, contributing to the peace and security on the African continent,” the statement reads.

Ghana marked its 65th Independence anniversary celebration on Sunday, 6 March 2022.

This year’s Independence Day parade was at the Cape Coast Stadium in the Central Region.

The last time the parade was held was in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year’s celebration is on the theme: “Working together; Bouncing Back Better.”

The president, Nana Addo Dankwa-Akufo-Addo and his vice, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia alongside other prominent personalities were present.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister for Barbados, Mia Mottley who was the guest speaker for the Independence Day Celebration has said that the world is currently facing some hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russian-Ukraine conflict.

She is however hopeful the world will bounce back to normalcy as the cost of living is currently high.

Source: Ghanaweb

Police outline security arrangements for 65th Independence Day celebration

The Ghana Police Service says, it has put in place tough security measures as Ghana marks its 65th Independence Day at the Cape Coast Sports stadium in the Central Region as well as other parts of the country.

Sunday’s event, police have assured, will be “incident-free”.

It follows the deployment of police personnel to various anniversary grounds nationwide.

Part of the arrangement includes an additional deployment of highway and motorbike patrols to support offices on road patrols.

“The arrangements have been networked and dovetailed into all police Regional, Divisional and Districts to ensure a holistic, security strategy for a peaceful anniversary celebration at all levels”, the police said in a statement.

In Cape Coast, in particular, the Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) has been tasked to manage traffic situations.

The general public is being asked to abide by the protocols and report any suspicious activities.

“We appeal to all celebrants and the general public to obey the rules and regulations put in place for the anniversary parade. We entreat everyone to consider their personal security as a guiding principle for the celebrations”, the police added.

Ghana’s 65th Independence Day Celebration parade, which is expected to be marked in Cape Coast, has been launched with the theme: “Working together; Bouncing Back Better. Dubbed; Cape Coast, 2022”.

It is expected to start at 6:00am and will be replicated in all other regions of the country.

The special guest of honour for this year’s Independence Day is the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley.

Kweku Datlington _ Baabi Awu


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