He noted in New Year message that there are brighter days ahead for Ghana
“I am a firm, passionate believer in our national potential. We have it in us to rise and revive and revive our fortunes. There are brighter days ahead for mother Ghana,” e said.
His Vice, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia also said he is optimistic about the future of Ghana despite the negative impact of the coronavirus on the economy and also the people.
In his new Year Message to Ghanaians, Dr Bawumia said “I thank God for seeing us through 2021.
“I also pray for those who we unfortunately lost, during the year.”
“As we have entered the new year, I pray that Ghana continues to be peaceful. We are different ethnicities, different religions but we are all children of God. What makes Ghana unique is our unity in diversity and we should continue to focus on that.
“Not withstanding the global economic impact of Covid 19, I am very optimistic about Ghana’s future and 2022 should see us continue on the path of economic transformation that we are embarking on,” he added.
By Laud Nartey|3news.com|Ghana