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NDC flagbearer hopeful Kojo Bonsu, new national executives visit National Mosque for thanksgiving


The Flagbearer hopeful for National Democratic Congress (NDC) Kojo Bonsu was spotted with the newly elected National Executives at the National Mosque for thanksgiving today.

It will be recalled that the NDC had a successful National election last month where delegates voted for their choices for the various positions.

The National Executive members that were present at the mosque were led by Chairman Johnson Asiedu Nketia and General Secretary Fiifi Kwetey.

NDC flagbearer hopeful Kojo Bonsu, new national executives visit National Mosque for thanksgiving

The General Secretary of NDC, Fiifi Kwetey in his address said their visit is mainly to give thanks to Allah for guiding them before during and after the National elections.

On his part, Chairman of the party, Asiedu Nketia noted that the NDC before the National elections started with asking for Allah’s blessings and guidance throughout the party’s activities and thankfully, all activities have been executed successfully and that is why they have come for thanksgiving.

He urged that there should be continuous prayers as they prepare for other activities ahead of the general elections to claim power from the sitting government [New Patriotic Party].

NDC flagbearer hopeful Kojo Bonsu, new national executives visit National Mosque for thanksgiving

He also used the occasion to thank everyone on behalf of the former President John Mahama and the Council of Elders of the party.

Mr Nketia donated ¢5,000 to the National Chief Imam and other chiefs and elders of the mosque.

In an interview with the media, Kojo Bonsu said he believes is it good to thank Allah for a very successful event and that the party has done the right thing.

He also asked that Allah grants him success in the upcoming NDC Presidential elections and his plans for the party and Ghana.

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