Seychelles’ consulate in Ghana celebrates National Day | 07 July 2020
Seychelles’ consulate in Ghana organised an event to commemorate Seychelles’ 44th independence anniversary on June 29.
Honorary Consul Kwame N. Acquah hosted an evening reception at his office located in Osu for members of the diplomatic corps, Seychelles government officials, citizens and special invited guests.
Mr Acquah delivered an inspiring Independence Day message for the occasion. He recognised citizens of Seychelles working globally as modern-day heroes and their contributions to the rapid economic development of Seychelles.
He highlighted Seychelles’ performance as one of the fastest-growing economies in the world in recent years.
He thanked the audience for gracing the evening’s event and spoke of the deep similarities that Seychelles and Ghana share, both in terms of cultural heritage and in their respective revolutions and struggles for independence.
He then acknowledged the presence of the Honorary Consuls Corps of Ghana (HCCGH) members, and thanked them on behalf of the people of Seychelles for the support provided to the consulate.
The honorary consul proudly introduced the World Bank director of Ghana, Pierre Laporte, who hails from Seychelles. Mr Laporte’s presence at the event was greatly acknowledged.
Staff of the consulate along with members of the Seychelles community in Ghana, enjoyed a night of traditional food and music to the delight of the invited guests.
Press release from the honorary consulate of Seychelles in Ghana