Many years ago, Ghana was colonized by Great Britain under the leadership of the great monarchs of the commonwealth realm, the United Kingdom.
Well, the country seems to have forgotten everything that transpired during the trans-Atlantic slave trade since the leader of their colonial masters, Queen Elizabeth II, was welcomed in grand style when she visited Ghana.
Queen Elizabeth II visited the Republic of Ghana from 9 to 20 November 1961 and from 7 to 9 November 1999as a goodwill gesture to the people of Ghana.
During her 1961 tour, the Queen famously danced with Ghana’s then-president Kwame Nkrumah at a farewell ball in Accra, which many scholars believe was a symbolic moment in the history of the Commonwealth.
Here, this article throws light on the historic visit of the leader of England and 14 other commonwealth nations to the Republic of Ghana.
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