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General News
Mugabe Opens Zim Embassy in Ghana 3/7/2007
PRESIDENT Mugabe is now in the Ghanaian capital, Accra, after a three-day stopover in Equatorial Guinea.

According to ZBC News last night, Cde Mugabe was met at Kotoko International Airport in Accra on Sunday by the Minister of Local Government Mr Steve Asamoah-Boateng and Zimbabwean ambassador to Ghana, Cde Pevlyn Mutsaka.

President Mugabe officially opened the Zimbabwean Embassy in Ghana, which moved from Senegal in 2001. Speaking to guests at the embassy, the President said now was the time to take stock over the travel by Africans in their road to independence, adding that Ghana pioneered the de-colonisation process.

Cde Mugabe said the founding father of Ghana, the late Kwame Nkrumah, was a visionary who lived ahead of his time and a true African patriot and pan-Africanist.

He added that Cde Nkrumah believed that Ghana''s independence was meaningless until the whole of Africa was independent.

He said the ethnological perception of various African countries inhibited Cde Nkrumah''s wish of transforming the continent into a united state of Africa.

Ghana is celebrating 50 years of Independence today.

The Herald (Harare)

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