Listen to Ghana's National Anthem during the Kwame Nkrumah administration before it was modified.


A video showcasing what appears to be the original Ghana National Anthem during the Nkrumah administration has recently emerged on social media.

The video shared by X user, @KyeiMeshack, showcases an elderly man expressing his belief that the national anthem has been modified since Nkrumah's overthrow in 1969.

After Nkrumah was overthrown, the anthem was changed to "God bless our homeland, Ghana." Ghana had a national anthem during Nkrumah's time, but it has since been changed. We have made the necessary changes. "Why did we change it?" he inquired.

As per his account, the anthem that was sung:

Raise proudly the flag of Ghana.

The day begins with a radiant sky.We honour the noble spirits of our forefathers, for whom we strive and sacrifice.

Red, to honour the bravery of those who fought.

Thank you for highlighting the importance of the fruitful forms of our birthright.

Additionally, connected to this is the gleaming gold band, symbolising the prosperity of our beloved nation.At present, the Ghana National Anthem is sung as follows:

May our homeland Ghana be blessed, May our nation become great and strong, May we always be courageous, In defending the cause of Freedom and Right.

May our hearts be filled with sincere humility

Encourage us to value unwavering honesty, And support us in standing against the tyranny of those in power

We are committed to giving our utmost effort indefinitely.


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