As announced by the the official social media pages of the Ministry of Information of Ghana, the country has been voted one of the members of the Security Council of United Nations.
The Security Council of the United Nations (UN) is one of the 16 key sub-organizations under it which is fashioned to help maintain or bring peace and orderliness in member countries.
It has 15 member countries across the seven continents of the world; Five of these fifteen member countries are permanent members.
They include France, USA, China, Russia, United Kingdom and China.
The rest of the 10 members are voted to be selected onto the council periodically, usually two years.
It is as a result of the voting process to be included as a non-permanent member on the council that Ghana was voted.
Ghana is not the first African country to serve on the panel as Tunisia, Nigeria and Kenya have already been there.
Kojo Oppong Nkrumah current Information Minister expressed his excitement towards the news.
In his post he congratulated mother Ghana for the achievement.