Ghana is moving forward – Sheikh Quaye

ic_quaye.jpgSheikh Ibrahim Cudjoe Quaye, Greater-Accra Regional Minister on Sunday
observed that the nation was moving forward, and that there was no need
to allow few selfish individuals to turn the clock of its progress
backward.

Sheikh Quaye made the observation when he
inaugurated “Nyame Te Ase” Association, a Youth Wing of the Ayawaso
branch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) at Ayawaso in Accra.

The
Regional Minister, who is also the Member of Parliament for Ayawaso
Central, pointed out that God had blessed the nation and for that
matter, it was the collective responsibility of Ghanaians to ensure
that the nation developed and progressed.

The association was formed sometime last year with more than 300 members.

Sheikh Quaye commended the founding fathers for their vision and foresight.

The
Regional Minister who made a personal contribution of 200 Ghana Cedis
towards the development of the Association, urged members to rally
solidly behind the NPP government for good governance and work hard to
return the party to power in the December polls.

He
advised them to guard against negative and divisive tendencies, because
they had the tendency of marring and disrupting associations.

Mr
Archibald Cobbina, Assemblyman for Kokomlemle, advised the youth in the
party to campaign seriously to ensure its victory in the upcoming
elections.

Madam Boateng pledged that she and her
executives would not lord it over the members, and that they would
endeavour to render exemplary leadership to enable the association to
achieve set goals and objectives.

Source: GNA