United States Embassy gets new offices in Accra

Source: Nii Courtesy of Ghanaweb
Vice President Aliu Mahama (middle) flanked by Ms Pamela Bridgewater, US Ambassador to Ghana (left) and General Charles Williams, Director of US Overseas Building Operations (right) simultaneously cutting the ribbon at the new US Embassy in Accra
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Vice President Aliu Mahama (middle) flanked by Ms Pamela Bridgewater, US Ambassador to Ghana (left) and General Charles Williams, Director of US Overseas Building Operations (right) simultaneously cutting the ribbon at the new US Embassy in Accra
Profile of the new United States Embassy in Accra
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Profile of the new United States Embassy in Accra
Some of the guests invited to take a look at the interior of the US Embassy in Accra.
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Some of the guests invited to take a look at the interior of the US Embassy in Accra.
Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama flanked by Ms Pamela Bridgewater, US Ambassador to Ghana and General Charles Williams, Director of US Overseas Building Operations at the new US Embassy in Accra
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Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama flanked by Ms Pamela Bridgewater, US Ambassador to Ghana and General Charles Williams, Director of US Overseas Building Operations at the new US Embassy in Accra
United States Marines are around to protect the US Embassy in Accra
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United States Marines are around to protect the US Embassy in Accra
Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama second from left takes the Ghana national salute.
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Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama second from left takes the Ghana national salute.
Ms Pamela Bridgewater, US Ambassador to Ghana (middle) and General Charles Williams, Director of US Overseas Building Operations (right) and Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama take the US national salute at the new US Embassy in Accra
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Ms Pamela Bridgewater, US Ambassador to Ghana (middle) and General Charles Williams, Director of US Overseas Building Operations (right) and Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama take the US national salute at the new US Embassy in Accra
Senior Staffs of the US Embassy in Accra take the US national salute<br/>
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Senior Staffs of the US Embassy in Accra take the US national salute
Ms Pamela Bridgewater, US Ambassador to Ghana delivering her address at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the US Embassy in Accra
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Ms Pamela Bridgewater, US Ambassador to Ghana delivering her address at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the US Embassy in Accra
Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama delivering the keynote address at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new US Embassy in Accra
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Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama delivering the keynote address at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new US Embassy in Accra
General Charles Williams, Director of US Overseas Building Operations (right) gives part of the ribbon to Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama at the new US Embassy in Accra
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General Charles Williams, Director of US Overseas Building Operations (right) gives part of the ribbon to Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama at the new US Embassy in Accra
Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mr Kwamena Bartels (left) and Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom in a hearty chat at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the US Embassy in Accra
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Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mr Kwamena Bartels (left) and Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom in a hearty chat at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the US Embassy in Accra
Minister of Defence Dr Kwame Addo Kufuor (standing) shaking hands with the Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mr Kwamena Bartels at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the US Embassy in Accra
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Minister of Defence Dr Kwame Addo Kufuor (standing) shaking hands with the Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mr Kwamena Bartels at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the US Embassy in Accra
Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama (third from left) leaving the US Embassy in Accra after the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new US Embassy in Accra
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Ghanaian Vice President Aliu Mahama (third from left) leaving the US Embassy in Accra after the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new US Embassy in Accra