GHANA@65: Chairman Odeneho Wishes All Ghanaians A Happy Independence Day


GHANA@65: Chairman Odeneho Wishes All Ghanaians A Happy Independence Day

As Ghana Celebrates 65 years of Independence today, Sunday, March 6, 2022, the people’s man vying for the position of Chairmanship, in the Ashanti Region on the ticket of the ruling party, New Patriotic Party (NPP), Chairman Odeneho Kwaku Appiah (COKA) is wishing all Ghanaians and foreign citizens in the country, ‘A Happy Independence Day’.

COKA, ‘I Care For U’ wants all citizenry to stay safe and celebrate the day.

Ghana’s 65th Independence Day Celebration taking place Cape Coast has been launched with the theme: “Working together; Bouncing Back Better. Dubbed; Cape Coast, 2022”.

The celebration was preceded by a ten-day activity which began from February 25, 2022.

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

Jefferson Sackey, the Head of Communications for the Planning Committee, explained the meaning of the theme and logo for the year’s celebration.

“In a bid to bounce back better, we are using the Nkonsonkonson symbol which means “Boame na me mboa wo”, literally meaning ‘help me let me help you.’ This is because we find ourselves in a difficult situation as a world, and it is about time we as citizens support other countries, so that in turn when our country also gets good standing, other countries can also support us.”

He further mentioned the program line out of the celebration; “It is a mixture of both local and national programs”.

With this, COKA is saying: Ayekooooo to all…..

Brief Explanation of COKA

COKA is abbreviated form for Chairman Odeneho Kwaku Appiah.

It is a Family With Credible Members and Not a Niggas, Hooligans and Maafias Movement.



Source: filasconews

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