Dels Foundation congratulates Ghana on a peaceful 2016 election

Ghana has long been known as the oasis of peace in the sea of instability in West Africa. The country’s unparalleled democratic credentials was given further impetus with the successful organization of one of Africa’s freest, most transparent, and credible elections on six consecutive occasions. However, every election year sees a significant rise in the political temperature in the country, due to the high stakes. Every four years, the nation’s tolerance level is tested and we seem to escape a breakdown of law and order and save some minor incidents. 2016 seemed to be a repeat of history.

The eye of the world was on Ghana, and by the grace of God. Ghana maintained it peace in the sea of instability in West Africa. We proved to the world that we understand the true meaning of democracy, by holding one of the most free and fair elections in the whole of West Africa. December 7, 2016. Ghanaians song the unification song since Ghana won its 2016 elections. Dels Foundation and its Youth for Peace Team on this note,will first like to congratulate the electoral commission of Ghana led by Mrs. Charlotte Osei for delivering one of the best ever organized elections. The final results were based on evidence on the pink sheets. This to us was incontrovertible

Also Dels Foundation and its Youth for Peace Team,will also want to congratulate the President Elect of the republic of Ghana,Edward Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo. We say ayeeko for your hard earned victory for your patience and composure as a true Statesman. The Youth voted in their numbers for you and will hold you accountable to your promises in terms of provision jobs and others which will make life more Comfortable for them. You have all the support of the Ghanaian youth to make your administration one of the best..

Our final congratulatory message goes to the outgoing president, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama. We say “ayekoo” You are an admirable gentleman. A true Black Star. Thank you for not compromising on the peace of our beloved Country Ghana.

Finally Dels Foundation will like to thank all Ghanaians, especially the youth and its Peace Ambassadors and volunteers accros the various regions for exercising their franchaise which is their civic right as citizens of Ghana. It is God who makes kings and we all agree that the voice of the people is the voice of God…

Our final advice to the youth is to practice politics devoid of insults, keep governments accountable and discuss issues which will strengthen our motherland Ghana.God bless our home land Ghana and make our Nation great and strong…

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