Ibrahim Baba Bukari aka (The game changer)
The Bono East Regional chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party NPP Ibrahim Baba Bukari aka (The game changer) has asked Ghanaians to use the yuletide as a period to extend a helping hand to the needy.
The chairman called on all and sundry particularly people who subscribe to the Christian faith, to show much love and care to the needy in diverse ways in order to give real meaning to the essence of Christmas.
According to the Chairman Ibrahim Bukari ‘’it is a truism that an occasion like this, unfortunately, comes with rising cases of road accidents, crime rates among other unpleasant spectacles. While calling on the police and relevant authorities to step up their efforts at forestalling such occurrences, we also think that, as individual citizens, we should not compromise on our personal security’’.
He added that, it is however worthy of note that the government of His Excellency President Akufo-Addo has done a lot to ensure that we have an incident-free yuletide. Same can also be said in the area of economic stability so that we can all enjoy this season.
Ghana joined Christians around the globe to celebrate Christmas, the birth of Jesus Christ.
In an exclusive interview with OTEC News’ reporter Jacob Agyenim Boateng on Sunday December 24, 2023, Mr Ibrahim Baba Bukhari prayed for good health and long life for members of the party.
“I extend warm greetings and best wishes to all party faithfuls, may the season bring hope, comfort and joy. And i pray for good health, wisdom, understanding and peace in the coming year”, he said.
NPP Parliamentary primaries
The Bono East Regional Chairman also used the occasion to make a passionate appeal to all the all Parliamentary aspirants to be decorous in their campaign to maintain the unity of the party.
Chairman Ibrahim Baba Bukari urged all the aspirants to be guided by the breaking the ‘8’ mantra and concentrate their campaigns on strategies that will unite the party after the internal contest.
“I’m joining the numerous calls by well-meaning sympathisers of the great NPP to the aspirants to conduct their campaigns in a decorous manner devoid of insults and vulgar language.
‘’We in the Bono East Region remain united and resolute in contributing our quota towards the historic victory of the party come 2024, hence I would like to call on all aspirants once again, to present to us their messages that in the end, will make our party remain united behind the victorious candidate for us to break the 8 with ease,” he said.
He advised the aspirants contesting the primaries to remain decorous in their political campaigns to foster unity in the party
He stressed that, politics was about numbers and appealed to the aspirants and their supporters to guard against tendencies that could divide the party after the parliamentary primaries.
Source: Ghana/ptecfmghana.com/Jacob Agyenim Boateng