Heritage (Monrovia)

12 December 2012

Liberia: Ellen Congratulates Mahama of Ghana On Election Victory

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has extended congratulations and best wishes to His Excellency John Dramani Mahama on the occasion of his election as President of the Republic of Ghana. President Mahama sealed 50.7 % of the total valid votes during last Friday's presidential election.

President Sirleaf extended heartfelt congratulations with profound happiness President Mahama on behalf of the Government and People of the Republic of Liberia for his historic election victory. In her message, the Liberian Leader noted that President Mahama's victory reflects the confidence his compatriots have in his exemplary leadership skills.

President Sirleaf also hoped and prayed that as President Mahama begins to execute the onerous responsibilities of President of the Republic of Ghana in his new term, the Almighty God will continue to shower him with bountiful blessings, wisdom, courage and sustained good health.

President Sirleaf then expressed the hope that the long and cordial relations subsisting between the two Nations and Peoples will be further cemented under his able leadership, assuring him of Liberia's support and cooperation as they work together for mutual benefit of the two countries and for the promotion of the objectives of the charters of ECOWAS, African Union and the United Nations.

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