Would you believe me if I told you that to me this is a place of worship ?
As a Ghanaian, I can boldly say while beating my chest that this is our redemption.
Not many African’s have symbolic monuments that carry their history, often at times the only way they preserve their history is through folktales.
The Black Star Square is both a symbol of pride and a reminder of how far we have come as a people, reinforcing that when unified we can not be divided. Especially in Today’s current situation, Ghanaians need a hope for a better future.
so I urge all my brothers and sisters to take time to go to our place of worship.
There we can remember what our Osagyefo (our Deliverer) Dr. Kwame Nkrumah did for this great nation.
There we can cleanse ourselves of the spirits that have been set to divide us.
There we can Renew and make new a future that all Ghanaians can be proud of.
It was in 1957 that Ghana gained independence, walking away from our slave masters and claiming our own identity.
Oh Queen of the land ‘Asaaseyaa’, give us strength to carry on !
Ansah, Kofi. (2022), Mempe. Volta Region
” The Black Star Square is both a symbol of pride and a reminder of how far we have come as a people, reinforcing that when unified we can not be divided. “