God Bless Our Homeland Ghana

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National anthem of Ghana

God Bless Our Homeland Ghana It is the national anthem of Ghana. The anthem was originally written and composed by Philip Gbehoe and adopted in 1957[1].

words[edit | edit source]

The current lyric that has been in use since the 1970s was written by student Michael Kwame Gbordzoe under a national competition and is associated with Ghana's National Pledge.

Anthem clips[edit | edit source]

First stanza God bless our homeland Ghana And make our nation great and strong, Bold to defend forever The cause of Freedom and of Right; Fill our hearts with true humility, Make us cherish fearless honesty, And help us to resist oppressors' rule

With all our will and might for evermore. Second stanza Hail to thy name, O Ghana, To thee we make our solemn vow: Steadfast to build together A nation strong in Unity; With our gifts of mind and strength of arm, Whether night or day, in the midst of storm, In every need, whate'er the call may be,

To serve thee, Ghana, now and evermore. Third stanza Raise high the flag of Ghana and one with Africa advance; Black star of hope and honour To all who thirst for liberty; Where the banner of Ghana freely flies, May the way to freedom truly lie; Arise, arise, O sons of Ghana land,

References[edit | edit source]

  1. https://mobile.ghanaweb.com/person/Mr-Emmanuel-Pappoe-Thompson-192