#GhanaAt67: How Ghanaian Celebrities and influencers celebrated Independence Day


Today, 6th March is Ghana‘s Independence Day, and Ghanaians all over the world are celebrating the momentous day with a deep sense of patriotism for the nation.

Notably, Ghanaian celebrities and influencers used their significant social media presence to
showcase their love for their homeland and inspire millions to join in the celebration.

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From Actors to musicians and influencers, our social media feed was agog with videos and images from our stars.

Let’s explore how some of our favorite and popular personalities marked this special day.

Shatta Michy

Popular singer, entrepreneur, and influencer, Shatta Michy celebrated Ghana’s 67th. Independence Day with a combination of style, philanthropy, and patriotism.

Wearing a stunning tribal print and lace outfit, she highlighted the country’s culture and pride with her bantu braids to match the look.

Her images were shot at the Black Star Square in Accra and the comment section has been flooded with inspiring messages from fans expressing their love for Ghana and encouraging each other to embrace their national pride.

Nana Ama McBrown

Nana Ama McBrown, known for her versatility, beauty, and talent, appeared radiant with a
stunning warrior look to commemorate Ghana’s Independence Day.


Popular TV host of the Delay Show and the brains behind Delay Foods celebrated the occasion on her Instagram with a beautiful kente corseted dress and a heartfelt caption.

Kwesi Arthur

Ghanaian rapper, Kwesi Arthur marked Ghana’s 67th birthday by churning out his inner Kwame Nkrumah in a smock and cap, posted on his Instagram page.

Ghana’s Most Beautiful Queens

VinoGallery shared vibrant pictures of Ghana’s Most Beautiful Queens showcasing Ghana’s colors through their style choices

Joselyn Dumas

Actress and producer Joselyn Dumas shared a stunning portrait of herself in a green dress styled by Kelvincent wishing everyone a happy Independence Day and expressing her hopes for
peace, love, and a better future for Ghana.


TV Host, Mamaga MzGee, celebrated the day by donning traditional attire with gold trinkets.

Regina Van Helvert

Radio/TV presenter and actress, Regina Van Helvert posted a picture of herself in a traditional
attire, emphasizing the rich culture, empowering history, and resilient spirit of all Ghanaians.

Samira Bawumia

Second Lady, Samira Bawumia was a sight for sore eyes in a Fugu-inspired kaba and slit

Wesley Kesse

Wesley Kesse wasn’t left out of the fanfare as he celebrated the day in a green suit.

Nadia Buari

Trust Nadia Buari to hide her children’s faces from the camera and still serve looks regardless. They marked the independence day in stunning African print outfits exemplifying their pride and love for Ghana through their
fashion choices.



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