All marching groups pass by a main street of the town. Many different school groups and of secondary schools, scouts, police, Muslims, Ghanian nationals,
local women, with many marching bands. All groups pass by the local people who are watching the parade and the camera shooting, until the march itself is finally lead towards Freetown's
Inside the stadium premises, there are already groups of soldiers, policemen and British soldiers lined up and waiting.
Independence Day Parade in Freetown, part 2 of 2. (Mislabeled; continues with Independence Day Parade in Freetown, part 3 of 3).
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