Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana has made a three-day visit to the Volta Region, integrated with independent Ghana in 1957, to meet chieftains and the people at durbars held in his honour.
STV Prime Minister and party on the way to Agbozume.
CU Signboard "Keta" region.
SV Crowd wait to greet Prime Minister.
SV Prime Minister walk through crowd.
SV Prime Minister greets Chiefs and elders.
LV Crowds line route on the outskirts of Sogakofe.
SV Women dance.
SV Men dance.
LV Car approaches Sogakofe.
TOP V..Crowds surround car.
GV Durbar grounds.
LV Prime Minister's car enters ground.
SV Prime Minister leaves car.
TOWARDS..Prime Minister and party.
LV Mobile workshop.
SV prime Minister enters.
SCU Inspects lathe.
SV Piece of machinery in workshop.
SCU One of the elders.
SV Welcome address is read.
SCU Crowd listen.
SCU Girl listens.
SV Nkrumah replies.
SLV Nkrumah leaves.
GV Prime Minister crosses River Volta in launch.
STV People crossriver in a pontoon.
SV Prime Minister's launch arrives.
SV Prime Minister steps off.
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Background: Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana has made a three-day visit to the Volta Region, integrated with independent Ghana in 1957, to meet chieftains and the people at durbars held in his honour.
At each durbar he called for full support by the chieftains and people in working for the development of Ghana. He warned against those who sought to use violence for their own ends - at one durbar he refused to meet some chieftains; they were 'ringleaders of violence', he said.
The Prime Minister received many gifts - one, a mobile workshop presented by the United States for use in repairing agricultural machines.
On the last stage of the trip, the Prime Minister and his party crossed the Volta River by ferry at Tefle to return to Accra.