Current Affairs

APC UK Hails Ghana’s President-Elect

By Denisaurus News Service

Members of the All Progressives Congress in the UK have congratulated Ghana’s President-elect, Nana Akufo-Addo.

A press release signed by Adenike Lucas, “salute” the President-elect “for the courage with which you have fought to bring change to the people of Ghana.”

Members of the APC UK who campaigned and caused the defeat of the former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, promised to “support,” Mr Akufo-Addo and his party where it can.

“Like, Mr President-elect, our beloved President Buhari who was elected on his fourth attempt, had campaigned on the promise of change,” the statement reads on.

“Members of the APC in the UK aligns with the New Patriotic Party because of its democratic views.

“As reiterated by Mr Ade Omole during his congratulatory phone call with President-elect, we will support your commitment to fight corruption, create jobs, rebuild and reform the economy of Ghana.”

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“UK members of the All Progressives Congress wish to congratulate H.E Nana Akufo-Addo on the victory achieved at the polls.

“We salute you, Your Excellency, for the courage with which you have fought to bring change to the people of Ghana.

“Over a year ago, Ngeria’s election took place and President Muhammadu Buhari emerged the winner.

“Like, Mr President-elect, our beloved President Buhari who was elected on his fourth attempt, had campaigned on the promise of change.

“Members of the APC in the UK aligns with the New apathetic Party because of its democratic views.

“As reiterated by Mr Ade Omole during his congratulatory phone call with President-elect, we will support your commitment to fight corruption, create jobs, rebuild and reform the economy of Ghana.

“We believe in the change that you propose for the people of Ghana and we assure you of our support where we can.

“Nigeria and Ghana have a long history of friendship and ee hope to sustain this relationship between the people of both countries.

“Once again, we greet the people of Ghana, who decided to vote for change.”

Signed,

Adenike Lucas

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