CENAB-UK, a British political pressure group in Ghana, has unequivocally expressed its satisfaction with the outcome of the 2020 general election.

The group also took the opportunity to congratulate President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, on their second chance as President to do more for the Ghanaians in the next four years.

CENAB-UC strongly believes that President Akufo-Addo’s second term of office shows the confidence of the Ghanaian electorate in his wise leadership and therefore gives you, Mr President, a greater responsibility to do more for the citizens.

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The British political interest group of Ghana, CENAB-UK, is very pleased and satisfied with the outcome of the 2020 general election and takes the opportunity to congratulate President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, for a second term to do more for the Ghanaians over the next four years.

The lobby group, established in London in June 2014 as the Akufo-Addo Advocacy Group for 2016, was the mother of all volunteer groups working tirelessly to defeat Nana Akufo-Addo, who led the NPP in 2016, both in the party pre-election and the general election. The group was renamed the Coalition for the Election of Grandmother and Bavaria (CENAB-UK) when Dr. Bavumia was re-elected as a candidate.

The coalition, which was colour blind and thus open to all Ghanaians who supported the regime change of 2016, regardless of their political beliefs, became a broad coalition of patriots living in the diaspora, friends, supporters, political admirers from all over the world and essentially worked on many financial cover-ups, logistics and boots on the ground and reach 2016, and did the same for Nana Akufo-Addo to lead the NPP government in the recently held general election, with every reason to believe that the leadership of Nana Akufo-Addo and Dr. Akufo-Addo and Dr. Akufo-Addo are in charge of the government. Nana Akufo-Addo will be able to continue to lead the NPP government in the coming years. Bawumia remains the best engine for the transformation and development of Ghana.

The group also took the opportunity to greet and thank the Ghanaians for the trust they placed in President Akufo-Addo after comparing his methodology of transformation, rooted in determined and capable leadership, with that of former President John Dramani Mahama.

CENAB-UC strongly believes that President Akufo-Addo’s second term of office shows the confidence of the Ghanaian electorate in his wise leadership and therefore gives you, Mr President, a greater responsibility to do more for the citizens.

Ghanaians in the UK and in the diaspora are very happy with your victory and believe that you will do more for Ghanaians, even if you hand over your good policy of transformation to your successor in 2024.

Mr President, your victory in your second presidency also shows that most Ghanaians are satisfied with your ability to banish from Ghana the death struggle of constant, incessant and unpredictable power cuts, codenamed Dumsor, the power situation that tormented the Ghanaians under the previous administration for about five years.

It is clear that the situation in Dumsor would not have stabilised under a bankrupt president, John Mahama of the NDC. It is therefore your task to help create the magic of a sustainable and reliable energy supply, so that the Ghanaians can pursue the national development of a healthy industrial economy from which most of our society benefits.

The Ghanaians understand that Dumsor destroys any dream of healthy economic development. Therefore, Ghanaians should not be misled in any way in their decision to take over Dumsor by voting for the failed John Mahama.

It would have been an adventurous disaster if our nation had seen the return of the rejected loser, President Mahama, who would have preferred to attract incompetence and corruption.

We are very grateful to God that you have been chosen again to help the people of Ghana, even in this dangerous global pandemic. We believe that you have taught this ship in these difficult times and that it will undoubtedly support Ghana’s economic growth once the unrest of the pandemic has subsided.

Mr President, your victory in 2020 is further proof of Ghanaians’ confidence in your progressive policies, particularly in the education sector where secondary education has become Free SHS, the national digitisation programme and the agricultural sector which has created jobs and an abundance of food for Ghanaians through the Planting for Food and Job Creation initiative.

On the world stage, Mr. President, Ghana and Ghana were very proud of you. Your inspiring leadership has given the world hope during this global economic downturn when you spoke out on the world stage: What we don’t know is how to bring the dead back to life.

However, we know how to get the economy back on track. Ghana, Africa and the world deserve this great sense of leadership that is reassuring in these turbulent times.

Your vision of the fight against corruption, which led you to create a special prosecutor’s office to investigate corrupt officials and corruption-related publications, has still not been realised, although Martin Amidu, who initially headed the office, unfortunately did not do so and eventually resigned with his programme to save the disgraceful face of the NDC party and its corrupt officials.

However, we remain firmly convinced that your vision can bear fruit in your second term of office by appointing useful and prudent patriots who can act effectively and with good will in the fight against corruption.

The whole stock of corruption cases such as John’s direct involvement in the global Airbus bribery scandal, his involvement in the sale of government assets to his brother without compensation, the saga of the double payment of ministers in his custody, the institutionalised debts of the courts paid to party members for not doing their jobs, and many other issues that need to be resolved before the end to act as a deterrent to others.

For the future, CENAB is of the opinion that an almost fully-fledged parliament might be a bit problematic and put the excuses under pressure, which could complicate certain governmental tasks during your second term, but we firmly believe that the problems that this situation brings will be overcome.

However, we see it as a more attractive challenge that requires slightly better skill and tactics in all decisions to realize your plans in your vision.

It could also provide the necessary supervision that is lacking in our administration in Ghana. As the saying goes, every accident is a blessing in disguise.

It also gives us the opportunity to thank and commend the Electoral Commission of Ghana for its resilience and determination to continue with all unnecessary multiple prosecutions in the Supreme Court and political pressure from opposition parties, combined with the unpleasant roar of so-called civil society groups in Ghana after it announced a credible new electoral list.

The daily EC updates presented in the new composition of the list are fantastic. The EC’s swift reaction in rejecting unfounded accusations has clarified the situation and contributed to the establishment of a new, acceptable and more credible electoral roll for the 2020 general election.

Any scepticism about Ghana’s electoral lists has now been dispelled and all parties have regained confidence in the Ghanaian electoral system, which is a remarkable fact. So far, no one has had reason to complain about the credibility of the register used for the 2020 elections. This is a great success, and the EC led by Jean Mensah indeed deserves a round of applause.

Mr President, the victory with 51.6 per cent of the vote over former President John Mahama with 47.2 per cent shows the great confidence the Ghanaians have in you.

As you begin your second term at the helm of our beloved country, Ghana, other challenges await you on a national, continental and global level, but we are confident that a leader as experienced as you will always be successful. It is our sincere hope that the ecumenical family in Ghana will continue to support you in prayer at the beginning of your second term. May God grant you good health if you continue to serve Ghana and mankind.

CENAB members welcome the fact that Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has completed her two-year term as President of the Republic of Ghana. We will certainly continue to work with you and crown your successor in due course.



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