President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo reiterated his commitment to the rapid development and prosperity of all Ghanaians.
He thanked Almighty God for the victory of the party and expressed his gratitude to the 6.7 million Ghanaians who voted for him in the presidential elections of 2020.
He assured the 6.2 million Ghanaians who did not vote for him that he would take their interests into account in all his affairs.
President Akufo-Addo gave these guarantees during a prayer of thanks to the state house organized by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) after his election victory.
He said his government will continue to work for democratic principles and good governance in the second half of the year.
He called for the unity of the people and the support of the government to accelerate development and ensure prosperity for all: It is a great task, but with devotion to duty, service and sacrifice we will succeed.
This event provided an opportunity for the government of the nuclear power plant to reaffirm its commitment to the promotion of democracy and good governance, said President Akufo-Addo.
The mandate entrusted to us is a difficult one that requires duty, service and sacrifice in order to promote national development.
Ghana remains a beacon for democracy and good governance in Africa and we have a duty to support it.
He assured that he would spare no effort to make the nation’s democratic institutions work in the interest of the people.
The President praised the tireless efforts of PNA leaders, polling stations and party supporters throughout the country to ensure victory in the elections.
Apostle Professor Opoku Onyina, the outgoing president of the Pentecostal congregation, called upon politicians and people in leadership positions to be heroes in the fight against corruption, laziness, backwardness, and the judicious use of national resources for accelerated development.
He called for an end to the practice of candidates paying delegates to participate and vote in party pre-elections.
The apostle Onyna learned from the life of the prophetess Anna who, although a widow and of old age, dedicated her life to the service of God’s temple and eventually attended the dedication ceremony of the Messiah.
He urged politicians and those in power not to oppress others, but to implement policies and programmes that change and influence people’s lives in order to reduce poverty and promote growth.
They have been given the political power to serve and build a civilized society in which human rights are respected, he said.
We must ensure the wise use of national resources and carry out activities that relieve the windows, the elderly and the vulnerable.
The service was dominated by the theme: Ebenezer, so far the Lord has helped us, for the Lord’s sake.
Also present were the Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, his wife Samira, Professor Aaron Michael Oquaye, the President of Parliament, Mrs Akosua Frema Osei-Opare, the Chief of Staff, Foreign Ministers, members of parliament, clergy, national, regional and electoral leaders of the PNA and their unruly supporters and sympathisers.
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