Akufo-Addo Urges Ghanaians To Pray For Their Leaders


In a New Year’s Message posted on his Facebook page and sent via email to all well wishers, Nana Akufo-Addo urged Ghanaians to pray for all those who lead them. He stated that 2013 had its fair share of disappointments for many Ghana but by the grace of God, the year came to an end.

Akufo-Addo, who is currently in London, encouraged Ghanaians to put Ghana first and work harder to make the nation’s economy stronger and healthier in the coming year. He also encouraged Ghanaians to protect their integrity, serve the nation with selflessness, and focus on the greater good, which is to strive and strive to create a free and prosperous society of opportunities for every Ghanaian, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, or social status.

The full text of his New Year’s Message is posted below:

Fellow Ghanaians,

I know 2013 had its fair share of disappointments for many of us. But, by God’s grace, we sailed through to its end.

Let us welcome 2014 with renewed optimism. That we may find solutions to the difficulties of 2013. That we may triumph against the new challenges of 2014. That we may turn the anxieties of 2013 into opportunities in 2014.

In all that we do, let us put our nation first. Let us work harder and better, individually and collectively, to make our economy healthier and our nation stronger.

Let us pray for those who lead us so that they may find the humility, compassion, competence and confidence to serve us and serve us well.

Let us all protect our integrity, serve our nation with selflessness, and keep our focus on the greater good, which is to strive and strive to create a free and prosperous society of opportunities for every Ghanaian, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, or social status.

Let us continue to believe in Ghana by doing our bit to achieve the Ghana that we desire.

My wife Rebecca, the family and I wish every Ghanaian a Happy New Year! May God bless Ghana. May God bless us all.

Nana Akufo-Addo,
London.

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