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“She lies in the western region of the black race territory apportioned back from generations, Within the 11th century era, Filled with typical black men with strong melanin, Who lives semi-primitively to satisfy the necessities of their dreams and aspirations, Under the rise and fall of the sun, soundly… A land raising walkers from different routes permanently, Deepening and sharpening the definitions of social culture at highest peak, Profoundly marked upon the Gulf of Guinea, Acclaiming the recognition of undeniable reputation, Her heart dripped with blood in the course of human trading, The historic period where hope and self-realizations seem to never return for formal grading, The blood of her forefathers through the purpose of mightiness erected her back magnanimously, She is clothed with discipline and self-actualizations, Shaping the conspiracy arrayed in her senses to meet everyday determinations, And it`s steadfastly concluded by the views of observing neighbors and willing spectators, Possesses cherishable name highly distinguished, Subbed with riches bridged over an expandable range, And this proves the result of past event which left her offspring anguished, They conformed to shame, just to get the inspiring tenets of their motherland among headlines on global page, Which brought about the achievement of independence… Based on the ideologies and firmness of the Kwame Nkrumahs and the rest, If probably you`re not figuring anything out, I mean “GOLD COAST”, A unitary presidential constitutional democracy, The present “GHANA”, Meaning “Warrior King” in the Soninke language, Home of peace always deserving honor, Who always stand against a sign of savage, Indeed, the land is full of courage” “GOD BLESS OUR MOTHERLAND”

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