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Jonathan hails Ghanaian President-Elect  print

Published on December 10, 2012 by   ·   No Comments

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has congratulated President John Mahama of Ghana on his victory in last weekend’s presidential elections.

In a statement signed by Reuben Abati, his spokesperson on Monday, President Jonathan said President Mahama’s success in securing his people’s mandate for a full term in office, following his assumption of Presidential powers after the death of his predecessor in July 2012, was an endorsement by the Ghanaian electorate of his leadership and his party’s action plan for further socio-economic development and continued consolidation of democracy in the country.

President Jonathan also noted that the very keenly contested elections have been adjudged as free and fair by observers from the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and other international observers.

The President therefore saluted the people of Ghana for the successful conduct of the polls.

While calling on the victorious candidate and political party to extend a hand of partnership to the opposition, in the spirit of reconciliation and national progress, he enjoined all political leaders in Ghana to join hands with the government to collectively deepen democracy in the country in the overriding interest of continued peace, political stability and progress in their country.

“As President Mahama prepares to begin a complete term in office as leader of his country, President Jonathan assures him of the continued support, cooperation and goodwill of the Federal Government and people of Nigeria for his administration and the brotherly people of Ghana.

“President Jonathan looks forward to continuing to work and collaborate with President Mahama and his administration at bilateral and multilateral levels on issues of common interest to Nigeria and Ghana”, the President concluded in the statement.

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