On top left section of "Ghana Coat of Arms" there are a sword and a staff which signify traditional power and authority.
So many people thought former President John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor came in with walking staff (stick) because he was old but prophetically, the former President Kufuor and the current President Nana Akufo-Addo displayed the "Staff and Sword" from Ghana's "Coat of Arms" respectively, which signify "Power and Authority" to rule above all powers and any political party.
From GhanaPa.com analyst, does this actually have positive and negative effects on the ruling of each president?. Give you comments below with reasons.
In mathematics, the concept of sign originates from the property of every non-zero real number of being positive or negative.
A symbol is usually a sign, a shape, or an object which may represent a person or an authority, and express an idea, value, or quality. In Ghana, symbols are used in many ways.
Ghanaians sometimes use symbols to identify ethnic groups, clans, families, authority, ideas, and values of the people. We have some symbols that identify us as a nation.
Some of our leaders expressed something most Ghanaians may not understand.
1. Former President John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor used one hand for the sword and he ruled for 8 years.
2. Former President John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills used two hands and he ruled for 4 years.
3. Former President John Dramani Mahama used two hands and he ruled for 4 years.
4. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo used one hand? that means Elohim will give him 8 years power and authority.
Your confession is your possession.
The Ghana Coat of Arms is an emblem or a badge of the nation.
On the Coat of Arms, there are two eagles carrying a shield. The eagle is described as the “King of Birds” because it is strong and powerful. This signifies that our independence is in safe hands.
The shield is divided into four sections. In the top left section there are a sword and a staff which signify traditional power and authority. In the top right there are a fort and the waves of the sea.
These indicate the central government which was first set up by the British. In the bottom sections are a cocoa tree on the left and a mine shaft on the right. These stand for Ghana's agricultural and mineral wealth respectively. In the middle of the shield is a lion which reminds us of British rule.
This shows that we still have connections with the British government. It is shown by Ghana's membership of the British Commonwealth of Nations. The black star is on top of the shield.
Under the shield are the words “Freedom and Justice.” The words indicate that Ghanaians are a free and independent people. We make our own laws and obey them. There is freedom of speech, of worship, and of association.