The tallest building in the world gets lit with Ghana flag colours

The tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, was lit last night with Ghana’s flag colours.

The Burg Khalifa building which is situated in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates stands at a height of 828M.

The towering landmark is one of the world’s most iconic buildings ever built.

Many have attributed this beautiful light display as a gesture of goodwill from the United Arab Emirates amid President Akuffo Addo’s visit to EXPO 2020, Dubai.

The picture of the Burj Khalifa garnered some commentary on Twitter. Some comments were apprehensive with questions about whether this was a paid stunt.

Ghanaians, for the most part, are proud to see their Motherland’s flag featuring on such a global tourist attraction.





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