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As part of celebrating Ghana's 61st Independence ceremony, we are sharing 61 interesting reasons to love Ghana. We chanced on the #61ReasonsToLoveGhana hashtag on twitter manned by @hyperactivegh, and we could not help but join this interesting train.
Apparently, there are more than enough reasons to love our country but let's dive in right into our reasons to love Ghana. The reasons include Ghanaian personalities, events, places, delicacies and Ghanaian brands in general known to bring glory, thrill and all varieties of happiness to Ghanaian citizens both home and abroad.

Disclaimer: The list is by no way constructed  with consideration to any form of personal or brand capabilities, in effect all explanations associated to these listings must be regarded as discretionary manipulations of the author. Additionally, we do not own any  of the pictures used in this write-up.

1. Martin A.B.K Amidu
Ghana's Special Chief Prosecutor
 2. H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo
Current President of the Republic of Ghana
 3. Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II
King of the Ashanti Kingdom
4. Chief Imam (Sheikh Dr. Nuhu Osman Sharubutu)
Ghana's Chief Imam
 5.Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia
Current Vice President of the Republic of Ghana
6. Kente
Arguably, Ghana's most loved fabric
7. Waakye
8. Jollof
9. Stonebwoy
10. Shatta Wale
11. Sarkodie
12. Fugu/ Batakari (Smock)
Traditional outfit for the northern tribes of Ghana.
13. King Ayisoba
Globally recognised Ghanaian Kologo player who sings n Frafra, Twi ad English
14. Wiyaala
Globally celebrated afro pop singer, a women rights activist and a UNICEF ambassador
15. Samini
16. Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom
President of the Groupe Nduome and a political leader for Progressive Peoples' Party
17. Yaw Dabo
Actor and Comedian
18. Lil Win
Actor and Comedian
19. Ebony
She is no more, but her imprint is enough for Ghanaians to love and continually love her
20. JJ Rawlings
Former President of the Ghanaian Republic
21. Repu Hall Week
Republic Hall Week is an annual celebration for the Republic Hall , KNUST. The celebration is widely patronized by quite a  lot of Ghanaian youth.
22. Pent hall Week
Pent Hall Week is an annual celebration for the Pentagon Hall , UG. The celebration is widely patronized by quite a  lot of Ghanaian youth.
23. Nana Ama Macbrown
How can you not love Nana Ama?
24. Joe Mettle
25. Fufu
26. Trotro (Troski)
27. Akrobeto
Ghanaian actor and comedian

28. Egg and Pepper
One of Ghana's favorite delicacies, consumed as a snack
29. YOLO TV Series
A TV series predominantly themed on adolescent reproductive health
30. Roasted Plantain (Kofi Brokeman)
One of Ghana's favorite delicacies, consumed as a snack

31. Kalybos
Actor and Comedian
32. DKB
33. R2Bees
34. Kumasi Asante Kotoko Sporting Club
The Porcupine Warriors, a Ghanaian premier league football club  in Kumasi
35.Hearts of Oak Football Club
a Ghanaian premier league football club  in Accra
36. Chale Wote Street Art Festival
A massively patronised week of fine arts from Ghana and her neighboring countries.
37. Asa Baako Festival
A jungle party organized in the Western Region of Ghana.
38. Samira Bawumia
Wife of the Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia

39. Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams
Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International (ACI) ministry, headquartered in Accra, Ghana.
40. Pastor Mensa Otabil
Ghanaian theologian, philanthropist, motivational speaker, entrepreneur. He is the founder of International Central Gospel Church headquartered in Accra, Ghana.
41. Bishop Dag Heward Mills
founder and Presiding Bishop of the Lighthouse Chapel International. He is also a prolific author, conference speaker, evangelist, apostle and theologian
42. Reverend Eastwood Anaba
43. Kejetia Vrs Makola

44. Delay (Deloris Frimpong Manso)

45. Counselor Lutterodt
46. Anita Erskine
a Ghanaian entrepreneur, TV and radio presenter and a media mogul
47. PepperDem Ministries
A rising feminist advocacy group known for very robust, objective and unpopular opinions with the quest of unlearning toxic narratives suppressing the rights of Ghanaian women
48. Bola Ray
Media mogul and entrepeneur, CEO of both the EIB Network and Empire Group of Companies.
49. Wesley Girls' Senior High School
50. St. Augustine's College
51. Presec (Presbyterian Boys' Senior High School)
52. Adisco (Adisadel College)
53. Prempeh College
54. Palm Wine
55. KeleWele
One of Ghana's favorite delicacies, consumed as a snack
56. Nana Aba Anamoah
News Anchor and media personality with EIB media house
57. Lydia Forson
Actress and feminist
58. Nana Appiah Mensah
C.E.O of Zylofon Media
59.Yvonne Nelson
60.Kwesi Arthur
Very promising Ghanaian music youngster, known for his pick-up lyrics and shirtless performances
61.Kwadwo Sheldon
Social media influencer and strategist/Online Community manager for OMG Ghana.
Here is our list, what do you think? Do you agree? Let us know your thoughts and suggestions.
You can also create your sixty one reasons to love Ghana on social media, tag or mention us and we would not hesitate to share. Kindly remember to add the hashtag #61ReasonsToLoveGhana

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