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It is a time for Ghanaians to pay tribute to their founding fathers and mothers, who fought for self-governance, sovereignty, and national unity. One of the most prominent figures celebrated on Founders’ Day is Dr Kwame Nkrumah, who became the first Prime Minister of Ghana and later its first President after leading the country to independence on March 6, 1957. The day is typically marked with various activities, including parades, cultural displays, lectures, and discussions about Ghana’s history and its vision for the future.