Osu is arguably one of the most popular suburbs in Accra home to the early party life and the golden age of restaurants, fast-food joints, and shopping pleasures in Ghana.
As the previous seat of government in the colonial era, the Osu Castle is a significant landmark in the political development and history of independence in Ghana.
Many major decisions that defined the state of the colonial era and achievements made by the country were taken in this historic building.
With the transfer of the seat of government to the Presidential Palace, one would have excepted the popularity of the once Fort Christiansborg to dwindle, yet it still stands strong and tall off the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
Whenever you visit Ghana, be sure to see it.