63rd Independence Day: First photos of students marching in 'reign' branded socks pop up; Shatta Wale reacts

63rd Independence Day: First photos of students marching in 'reign' branded socks pop up; Shatta Wale reacts

Ghana marked 63 years of independence from British rule today, March 6, 2020, and a parade was held at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi to commemorate the event.

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As part of the parade to celebrate 63 years of Ghana’s Independence of self-rule, schools across the country participated in the ceremonial parade for the occasion.

Among stunning photos making rounds on social media are images which show some school children marching in Shatta Wale’s ‘Reign’ branded socks.

The schoolchildren, who have been reported to be students from a school in Nkawkaw have captured massive attention on social media.

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Shatta Wale’s ‘Reign symbol’ which was coined from the launch of his Reign Album has become a symbol adopted by many nationwide.

The ''Reign'' symbol was designed to make paraphernalia for the Shatta Wale’s ''Reign'' album but the design is being used in some clothing products including socks and T-shirts.

Meanwhile, the image of the neatly dressed students in uniforms rocking Shatta Wale’s ‘Reign’ branded socks has captured the attention of the dancehall ‘king’.

''Thanks to all students that used our merchandise THE REIGN III Socks FOR THE 6th March Parade ..The Entire Shatta movement Empire really appreciate your support ..God bless you ,'' Shatta Wale posted the photos along with the caption.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh previous reported that Ghana is 63 years today and an ongoing parade is being held at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi to commemorate the country's independence from British colonial rule.

Amid cheers, Otumfoo Osei Tutu II, arrived at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium for the 63rd Independence Day Celebration clad in a regal kente with stunning colours of the Kingdom; green yellow and black.

As the special guest, the Asantehene arrived in his Rolls Royce to the historic event and was spotted with his wife, Julia Osei Tutu and an entourage.

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