Member States of the African Union (AU) in Ghana on Friday embarked on a peace walk to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Union.
The walk, which ended at the Liberation Circle with a bonfire, to symbolize the unity of the African Continent, brought together High Commissioners and Ambassadors of the various African states in the country.
Mr Edward Doe Adjaho, Speaker of Parliament, who led the walk, said it was inspiring to have all African countries participating in the peace walk and that the spirit of Africa was rising in unity.
He said it was imperative to preserve the spirit of Africa, particularly the role the founding fathers had played in the formation of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) and now AU.
Mr Adjaho said “as Africans stands to develop the continent, we must unite and the unity must reflect on the past, present and the future of…
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