AASU congratulates H.E Nana Akufo Addo, President of Ghana
*AASU CONGRATULATES H.E NANA ADDO DANKWA AKUFO-ADDO ON HIS ASSUMPTION TO OFFICE AS
THE 5TH PRESIDENT OF THE 4TH REPUBLIC OF GHANA*
*Released: 07 Jan 2017*
The All-Africa Studentsâ€™ Union (AASU) wishes to extend its warmest congratulations
to you, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on the occasion of your election and
subsequent swearing in as the 5th President of the 4th Republic of Ghana.
Your election is tells us the young people of the African continent, that it is very
much okay to harbour an ambition and to work tirelessly towards achieving it.Â
Even more significant and worthy of note, is your resolve to expanding the frontiers
of education for the people of Ghana. Your plan for achieving this is bold and worthy
of commendation as the educational challenges that face your people and young people
across the African continent; require nothing but bold and decisive solutions.
Mr. President, your elevation to this high office comes with many challenges, but the
All-Africa Studentsâ€™ Union is confident in your ability to perform. This confidence
is borne out of your many years in governance and development and your keen respect
for human rights and rule of law. This we believe has endowed you with many
capabilities with which you can tackle the developmental challenges of your people.
We are confident that your election will bring about developments in Technology,
Improvement in the Human Rights, Creation of jobs through the development of
Agriculture and ensuring sustainable development of the Ghanaian people.
AASU is also confident in calling upon you to bring your many years of experience in
diplomacy to bear in helping to address the security challenges that confront some
countries in the ECOWAS sub-region and the continent as whole. Notable among these is
the looming political crisis in the Gambia. Mr. President, you will agree with the
AASU that a political and diplomatic solution is always better.
Mr. President, AASU and your Republic are bound by our common priority of developing
education as the only sure means of building a meaningful 21st century human capital
for Africa. We believe that as Ghana has hosted our Secretariat since 1972, we will
continue to work together in mutual benefit towards improving education in Ghana and
on the entire continent. We remain eternally confident in you.
May I again offer my congratulations as you assume the important and responsible
Presidential Office. Please accept my best wishes and the assurances of my highest
*H.E PETER KWASI KODJIE*
*11th Secretary General (Head of Mission)*
*All-Africa Students Union (AASU)*
*Tel: +233242879028Â |Â +233502672146*
*Alt Email: firstname.lastname@example.org*
*Skype ID: freekodjie*