Yet again the Ghana Embassy and its missions in Switzerland in partnership with the Association of Ghanaian Unions in Switzerland(AGUS) and other stakeholding partners have yet again delivered in organising a successful Ghana day festival which marked a day of celebrating culture, music, and networking amongst Ghanaians living in Switzerland.
The organisers promise of an even bigger celebration on the second edition truly came to past as numbers were huge and had a lot of Swiss nationals coming to join in to know more about the country Ghana and its cultural diversity.
It began with a speech from the Ghana Ambassador to Switzerland HE. Ramses Joseph Cleland where he entreated Ghanaians to make unity the beacon and to make due their presence here in Switzerland to help in the development of the country Ghana. He was also very enthusiastic about the work put in by the team of organisers which comprised of Mrs. Abigail Lamptey, Mr. Jeffreys Quaye, Christina Ghansah, Leeford Acquaye, Aziz Dabre and Philip Wangyimba for putting up such a spectacular event that has come to stay.
The president of AGUS Mrs. Abigail Lamptey thanked the Ghana Embassy and its missions for their support and entreated them to continue lending their help to even host a bigger 2020 Ghana day festival event that shall surpass the first and the second since reasonable growth should be the aim of such an astonishing event gathering.
This followed with music and dancing where the Ghanaians and their Swiss guests were treated to some sumptuous Ghanaian delicacies ranging from Ga Kenkey, Fante Kenkey, Waakye, Jollof Rice, Banku and okro stew, beans and fried plantains, bofrot, etc. amidst some grill.
In the end, the Ghana Embassy and the president of AGUS recognized and thanked Kelly Lav PA systems for their immense support to both the first and second Ghana day event and prayed that the continuity goes into the unforeseen future.