[ 2012-08-02 ]
Ghanaians Asked To Dedicate General Election To Late President Mills
The President of Childhood Care Education Students
Association of Ghana of the University of
Education, Winneba (UEW), Mr Siita Angaamwine
Salifu has called on Ghanaians to dedicate the
impending elections to the late President John
Atta Mills in memory of his stance for peace.
Mr Salifu said this at the one-week commemoration
service of the late President in Winneba organized
by the Association on Tuesday. The programme was
under the theme “Unity and love, our priority”.
The Association expressed its condolences to the
former first lady, Mrs Naadu Mills. Mr Salifu said
the late President Mills had left for Ghanaians a
legacy of self-discipline and political tolerance,
and expressed the hope that the coming election
would be dedicated to him by ensuring that it was
organized in a peaceful manner as he promised.
According to Mr Angaamwine, the late President was
a defender of democracy not only in Ghana but also
in the entire West African sub-region. “We have
indeed lost a great president who served his
country with dignity, integrity and humility”.
Dr Cosmos W. K. Mereku, head of the Department of
Music of UEW said the departure of President Mills
should be a learning period to all Ghanaians,
especially the youth.
Source - GNA
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