Aspiring candidate for the National Nasara Coordinator of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Aziz Haruna Futa on Tuesday March 6, 2018 joined some elders of the party to pray for the country as it marks its 61st independence anniversary.
Ghana marked its 61st anniversary of independence from British colonial rule with a colourful parade ceremony on March 6, 2018, at the Black Star Square and Aziz Haruna who is gunning for the National Nasara Coordinator of the NPP joined scores of supporters at the Greater Accra Regional office of the party to show appreciation to God for how far he has brought the country.
The prayers were held to thank Allah for his unending blessings on the country and also to seek His wisdom and guidance for the President as he continues to execute his “Ghana Beyond Aid” agenda
Aziz Haruna after the prayers donated a huge cow to the founding fathers of the Nasara wing of the party for their struggle and efforts in ensuring that NASARA become a recognized wing of the party.
Aziz Haruna disclosed in an interview with the press that the gesture was a show of gratitude to those who toiled for Nasara to become a special organ of the NPP just like the youth and women organs.
“Today is Independence Day so I decided to join the founding fathers of the Nasara club to offer prayers to thank Allah and also ask for strength and divine wisdom for our President and his vice. I’m presenting the cow to the elders so we can sacrifice it as part of the prayers to Allah”.
The former Hearts of Oak management member also used the opportunity to launch his campaign as an aspiring coordinator of the Nasara wing of the ruling party
“I’m also taking this opportunity to officially outdoor my campaign. As a young man who has done incredible work for this party in the Zongos, I believe I’m the right person to represent the NPP loyalists in the Zongos. I have an incredible track record of organizing people to vote for this party so I want to urge everyone to vote for me”, Aziz said.
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