AbWMA COMMEMORATES GHANA'S 65th INDEPENDENCE DAY ANNIVERSARY
On Sunday, the Ablekuma West Municipal Assembly (AbWMA) commemorated Ghana's 65th Independence Anniversary with a colourful parade and a call on Ghanaians to work together to aid the country to bounce back after being hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The event which was held at the Karikari Brobbey Park in Dansoman was the 3rd edition organized by the Assembly since its inception in 2018. The event saw a total of about 1,300 pupils and students from 29 schools and 6 cadet corps from across the municipality on parade for the celebration. These 29 participating schools were made up of students and teachers from 14 public basic schools, 10 private basic schools and 5 public and private second cycle schools.
In his address, the MCE, Hon George Cyril Bray congratulated the constituents of Ablekuma West on Ghana’s 65th Independence Day anniversary and called on all and sundry to exude positive attitudes to work. He also explained that President Nana Akuffo Addo through the anniversary theme: working together, and bouncing back” was calling on all to make a deliberate effort to involve themselves positively to touch and sharpen the destiny of every Ghanaian.
At the end of the parade and match past, New Century Career Training Institute was adjudged winners at the second cycle level, whilst ST. Margaret Mary's Senior High and Ebenezer Senior High schools took the second and third positions, respectively.
On the other hand, the Dansoman '1' Basic School school put up a splendid performance to win the basic category of the 65th Independence Day Celebration - Ablekuma West Edition, followed by St. Bernadette Soubirous School and Gbegbeyise Basic school.