Council Of State Hands In Report Of President Akuffo-Addo’s First Term Of Office (2016-2020)

Council of State hands in report of President Akuffo-Addo’s first term of office (2016-2020).

The Council of State has submitted a 4-year report on the first tenure of office of his excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in a brief ceremony held at the Jubilee House.

The Council through its chairman, Nana Otuo Serebuo, .presented their congratulatory remarks to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on his second term as president of the Republic of Ghana. The chairman urged the president to remain steadfast and diligent in the delivery of his duties. He equally commended the president’s active involvement of the council in its decision making for the good of Ghana, and wished him luck in his second term of office.

“We express our sincere and heartfelt wishes for the success of your next administration, which we believe will aim at consolidating the gains you have made in order to leave a lasting legacy,” he said.
“We as a Council express our delight to the fact that you received the endorsement of the majority of Ghanaians to continue with the good works,” the chairman continued.

The president then took his turn to express his profound gratitude to the Council of State for rallying behind him with their unparalleled intelligence in the discharge of his duties during his first term of office. He promised to work very hard to meet the needs of the good people of Ghana in his next administration.

“I will continue to discharge my functions to the very best of my abilities and I hope in so doing I will fulfill the expectations of the Ghanaian people,” the president said.

The president stated that he deemed it a great honour to be reelected into office and pledged to work in the best interest of the people of Ghana.

“I have been humbled by the renewal of my mandate to continue for the 2nd and final term as President of the Republic by decisive majority of the Ghanaian people,” he added.

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