24 December 2013

Ghana: NPP Wishes Ghanaians a Merry Christmas

press release

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) would like to extend warm greetings to all Ghanaians, especially Christians, on the occasion of the celebration of the Christmas festivities.

This period in the life of Christians serves as a moment of celebration and sober reflection, particularly as it is observed at the end of the year and ushers in a new year. 2013 has been a year of mixed fortunes.

Apart from God's blessings and guidance, which has protected the country's peace, the inhumane economic and social policies of the Mahama led government have placed an unbearable burden on Ghanaians.

We thank God for surviving in some very difficult times, with particular reference to the unprecedented reported cases of corruption and the uncertain future Ghanaians are faced with.

Gratitude should go to all Ghanaians for maintaining the peace and unity we continue to enjoy, not forgetting our service men and women who spent, and are still spending time, maintaining peace across the world.

We join all Ghanaians to pray for peace, prosperity, success, better economic direction and more importantly, unity for 2014 and beyond.

God bless our homeland Ghana.

Merry Christmas

Signed

Jake Otanka Obetsebi-Lamptey National Chairman

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