National Pledge Of Ghana

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The National Pledge of Ghana is recited immediately after the national anthem "God Bless Our Homeland Ghana", and is as follows:[1]

I promise on my honour
To be faithful and loyal to
Ghana my motherland.
I pledge myself to the service of Ghana
With all my strength and with all my heart.
I promise to hold in high esteem.
Our heritage, won for us through the blood and toil of our fathers; and I pledge myself in
All things to uphold and defend the good name of Ghana.
So help me God.[2]

"God Bless Our Homeland Ghana"[edit]

"God Bless Our Homeland Ghana" is the national anthem of Ghana, after which the National Pledge of Ghana is recited. The national anthem was originally written and composed by Philip Gbeho and adopted in 1957.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The National Pledge of Ghana
  2. ^ "The National Pledge". ghana.gov.gh. Retrieved 12 January 2014. 

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