- Ghana's first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, shared a message with Ghanaians on the night before the country's independence
- He stated that he is focused on helping to build a continent that would be interested in its achievements
- Dr. Nkrumah added that Ghana needed to help other African countries achieve independence
YEN.com.gh is in possession of a statement attributed to Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah which was given on the night before independence.
Portions of the message revealed his determination to create a unique continent that would be proud of its achievements.
He added that there was a need for the country to rededicate itself to the struggle to free other African countries from colonialism.
He went on to say Ghana’s independence would lose its meaning unless it is linked with the total freedom of Africa.
Social media users have reacted to his message:
NewsDirect stated the continent's identity is lost on a gradual basis.
Ndlovu added Nkrumah was a selfless leader.
To Amponsah, those left behind to take care of Ghana have lost their way.
Elikem also noted that Nkrumah would weep if he sees present-day Ghana.
Asamoah added Nkrumah thought of Africa as a whole.
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In other news, 19-year-old Babs Cardini has revealed he wishes to be the best magician in the world.
He revealed he began enjoying magic tricks at 5 years and 11 years later, he decided to perform as a professional.
Cardini added people ask several questions whenever they watch him perform and the regular one is always about how to turn objects into money.
Cardini revealed he often performs on the streets and more often than not, people wish to get close to him to know more about his talent.
He went on to say magic is both self-taught and gifted and he usually learns a lot by going online to see other magicians perform.
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