British High Commissioner to Ghana, Iain Walker, has observed that despite the change brought to the whole world by the painful visitation of COVID-19, Ghana’s beauty is still constant.

The hardworking Diplomat who’s also the non-resident Ambassador to Togo, Benin, and Burkina Faso revealed this on Twitter.

Iain revealed this alongside a couple of photos that show that he paid a visit to the Independence Arch in Accra.

“Amidst so much change, the beauty of Ghana is a constant. It was nice to go out for a walk this morning and appreciate the beauty of my home city, Accra.”, his tweet reads.

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About Iain Walker

Iain Walker has been the UK’s High Commissioner to Ghana since August 2017. Before this, he was a Board Member of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London as a Director of Finance and Strategy.

After studying law at the University of Dundee, Scotland, Iain moved to London where he qualified as a chartered accountant with EY focusing on banking and capital markets. He worked for an International non-government organization in Malawi and Kenya, and then for the UN in Ethiopia, before he returned to London working in the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit initially for Tony Blair and then Gordon Brown.

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Arriving in Ghana on the 60th year of Independence, Iain’s priority is to draw on these strong, historic ties and focus on the future, shaping a UK-Ghana partnership which is even stronger for the next 60 years.