The unique cultural diversity of the nation was on full display at the Cyber Security Authority (CSA) on Friday March 15, 2024, when the staff marked Ghana Day with pump and pageantry showcasing the nation’s rich culture and tradition with Ghanaian cuisine and attire.

The sixteen regions of the country were represented with a display of their favourite cuisines and delicacies, with staff adorned in traditional attire to demonstrate the richness and diversity of Ghanaian artistic values and expression.

It was a sight to behold at the premises of the CSA when a delectable array of Ghanaian dishes and delicacies were expertly prepared by the staff themselves, from savoury stews to fufu with palm soup, tuo zaafi, popularly known as TZ, tubaani, a northern delicacy, to waakye and akyeke, just to mention a few, with refreshing indigenous beverages ranging from palm wine, sobolo, lamugin, and asana.

Addressing the staff, the Director-General of the CSA, Dr. Albert Antwi-Boasiako, urged the employees to eschew tribal bigotry and stay united in love despite the tribal and cultural differences to promote inclusivity and cultivate stronger bonds. .

"Tribalism should have no place in our work environment. It only arises from political motives. Our actions, deeds, kindness, and generosity should exemplify the spirit of Ghana month, so let us prioritise unity," he said. .

He underscored the need for the employees to jealously guard the unity and coexistence of diverse ethnicities at the workplace, adding that unity was crucial to the socio-economic development of the country.

Dr. Antwi-Boasiako maintained that the country could not afford to be divided alongside ethnicity or religious beliefs, as the consequences would be dire for national cohesion .

He recommended to the management to make the celebration a regular feature for the employees to inculcate in them the virtues of appreciating other cultures.