Chiefs and people of Bamboi congratulate President Mahama
Politics of Monday, 14 January 2013
The chiefs and people of Bamboi have expressed their pride and joy at the election and subsequent induction of President John Dramani Mahama, into the high office as President of the nation.
This was contained in a press release signed by Nana Kwaku Dapaah II, Paramount Chief of Bamboi Traditional Area and copied to the Ghana News Agency on Sunday.
The statement said President Mahama’s rise to the highest office of the Land is of historic importance which would not only deepen the ties between the people of Bamboi and Bole, but would also inject his youthful spirit and charismatic personality in the development of the country.
It said “placing the hitherto unknown and least mentioned areas of Bamboi and Bole in the political map of Ghana as well as mending the culturally diverse twin-traditional areas, would have a great impact on the lives of many.
The statement reminded the President that “the challenge to his leadership is enormous with urgent concerns including the alleviation of poverty and ensuring the prosperity of all”.
It called on all Ghanaians irrespective of their ethnic, religious and political differences to unite behind the President adding that “this is our small, though inadequate but sincere way of saying thank you, we are proud of you and we are behind you.”