LeKMA organizes 67th Independence Anniversary Celebration.

To commemorate Ghana’s 67th year of independence, the Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly staged a stunning procession.
The occasion brought together contingents from several schools in the municipality, spanning from kindergarten to senior high school cadets, who marched past dignitaries at the Teshie McDann Sport Complex.
This year’s national Independence Day event was entitled “Our democracy, our pride. Bouncing Back Together.” The Honourable Municipal Chief Executive, Mr. Mordecai Quarshie, the Honourable Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku, Mr. Benjamin Narteh Ayiku, the Chief of Teshie, Traditional Council leaders, senior officers from the district’s various security agencies, and Assembly heads were among the distinguished guests at the parade.
The kids and students of the schools that comprised the contingents demonstrated well-rehearsed marching skills, and several were recognized. Overall, it was a colorful celebration of patriotism for our dear mother Ghana, with the hope that she would grow great and powerful in all sectors, particularly education, which is critical to any country’s prosperity.

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