NDC REMEMBERS OSAGYEFO DR. KWAME NKRUMAH AFTER HIS OVERTHROW 58 YEARS AGO.

On the 24th of February, 1966, Ghana witnessed a pivotal moment in its history as President Nkrumah was ousted from office in the country’s first-ever coup d’état. This day remains etched in the collective memory of Ghanaians as a moment of national shame, marking the truncation of Nkrumah’s transformative vision aimed at accelerating Ghana’s development and industrialization.

The coup, orchestrated by security personnel in collaboration with the predecessors of today’s leaders and their foreign backers, dealt a severe blow to Ghana’s trajectory. Following the coup, there ensued a systematic effort by the Danquah-Busia-Dombo tradition to erase Nkrumah’s memory by attacking his legacy and works. Despite these concerted attempts to rewrite history, Kwame Nkrumah‘s memory perseveres, and his legacy stands unparalleled.

Ghanaians are urged to vehemently reject any recurrence of such treacherous acts that set the nation back and impede progress. It is imperative to resist those who prioritize historical revisionism and the glorification of their ancestors over the pursuit of democracy and the welfare of the Ghanaian populace.

The call resounds: never again must Ghana succumb to such acts of betrayal. Instead, the nation must forge ahead on the path of democracy, unity, and progress, honoring the enduring legacy of Kwame Nkrumah as a beacon for the future.

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