The Northern Regional Capital, Tamale has seen massive preparation towards tomorrow’s 62nd Ghana’s Independence anniversary.
It would be the first time the national independence parade would be held outside the national capital, Accra.
The Parade would be held on the theme: “Celebrating Peace and Unity,” which comes on the heels of the peaceful resolution of the chieftaincy dispute at Dagbon, a situation that had debilitating effects on the progress of the Region for almost two decades.
As part of plans, the City of Tamale has seen a face-lift as shoulders of principal streets in the metropolis have been painted.
According to sources, President of Niger Republic, Mahamadou Issoufou, will be the Special Guest of Honour at the ceremony, also 30 contingents, comprising the security agencies, Ghana National Fire Service, Ghana Immigration Service and Ghana Education Service would mount the parade.