- Ghana marks her 59th Independence Day anniversary
- Uuhuru Kenyatta and Jose Mario will join Mahama at the Black Star Square
- They were welcomed by Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur on Saturday
- The theme for the anniversary is “Investing in the Youth for Ghana’s Transformation”
Kenya’s president Uhuru Kenyatta and his Guinea Bissau counterpart, Jose Mario Vaz will join President John Mahama at the Black Star Square on Sunday as Ghana marks her 59th Independence Day anniversary.
The duo will join Mahama at the Black Star Square as he review a national parade of school children, voluntary organisations and security services to commemorate the anniversary.
The two African leaders were welcomed in Accra by Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur on Saturday.
The President will address the populace on the theme, “Investing in the Youth for Ghana’s Transformation” after reviewing a march past by security personnel and school children, drills and equipment display by the security agencies and performances by various groups.
The regional and district capitals across the country are expected to host National Day activities.