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The ceremony, which brought many from far and near, commenced with a route march through the principal streets of Ho in the early hours of Sunday ahead of a durbar at the Capt. Nfojoh’s Park behind the Ho STC yard, attracted droves of residents, some of whom lined up the streets to catch a glimpse of the NDC stalwarts who were in attendance. “But you also know events such as this do not always happen in town, so it was just fair that we forfeit the church service this morning for us to witness this occasion. Nfojoh’s Park to lay wreaths and light the perpetual flame in commemoration of the uprising which was hinged on the principles of probity, accountability and social justice. A chief fisherman, Mr Seth Keddey, also laid one on behalf of farmers and fishermen, while that of the youth was done by Madam Linda Attiah.

Source: GhanaWeb January 02, 2018 10:07 UTC