Ghanaians witnessed a peaceful transition as Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo was crowned the 5th president of the 4th Republic of Ghana.
Africa watched, the world watched and Ghana demonstrated her maturity in democracy.
Here are 17 people who are absolutely proud to be Ghanaians.
Such a beautiful day to be Ghanaian.
— S (@_Afiriyie_) January 7, 2017
No suit, no political suit, rich Ghanaian Kente. We have a President.
— Twumasi (@TwumTweets) January 7, 2017
I am proud to be Ghanaian!
— Wilson the Poet (@WilsonthePoet) January 7, 2017
Seeing former leaders congratulate @NAkufoAddo , share jokes and laughter has been the highlight of this. What a day to be GHANAIAN. ✊🏾
— Miss Forson (@lydiaforson) January 7, 2017
Seeing d former leaders and present leaders shake hands and congratulate each other here makes me a proud Ghanaian. Congrats @NAkufoAddo
— Mr Dumelo (@johndumelo1) January 7, 2017
— Alfred™ (@AlSarpong) January 7, 2017
Being Ghanaian is lit lit lit 😂💥🔥
— Priscilla (@Agye_nim) January 7, 2017
— Enock Adusei (@EnockAdusei2) January 7, 2017
Infact i'm proud to be a Ghanaian Today,jah bless my homeland peace
— Kay (@opokub29) January 7, 2017
So proud go be a Ghanaian right now!!
— Brown_chocolate (@ohemaah255) January 7, 2017
Congratulations H. E. @NAkufoAddo President of the Republic of Ghana. I'm a proud Ghanaian, and I believe in Ghana
— Nab Gyamfi (@NabGyamfi) January 7, 2017
I'm proud to be a Ghanaian atm.
— Kwabena Peprah (@StillFly_Peprah) January 7, 2017
I thank God I was born a Ghanaian. I thank God Ghana has made History today. I thank God Ghana will not fail.#ProudtobeGhanaian
— Gideon Kwesi Ofori (@SoulwinnerGid) January 7, 2017
— ♥Maame Akosua Darko♥ (@iamakosuapurple) January 7, 2017
Feels very wonderful being Ghanaian! https://t.co/QQX29VlQjw
— Awo Sarpong (@RealDrAwo) January 7, 2017
@NAkufoAddo at this point I can boldly shout and be proud I am a Ghanaian Making Ghana work again is a shared responsibility.
— Gideon Boateng (@gideonboateng4) January 7, 2017
Proudly Ghanaian https://t.co/lWuQ3O0ihy
— Nana Kwadjo Bekoe (@KwadjoBekoe) January 7, 2017