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31-Jul-2012  
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The 2012 Presidential Candidate of the Convention People’s Party Dr Abu Sakara has signed the book of condolence opened at the State House in memory of Ghana’s Late President John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills who passed away last Tuesday.

This is time for each and every citizen of this Country irrespective of our political differences came together and seeks the face of God for his blessings to be showered on the nation. Ghana has lost a great asset, a man of peace, good heart, full of humility and hope, Dr Sakara told the Media after appending his signature.

“Late President Mills preached peace and is bestowed on us all as Ghanaians to live in peace and unity with one another since this is what our departed President wanted for the Nation he loved so much, the general public should remain unified after the death of President John Evans Atta Mills” Dr Sakara stressed.

He further stated that, as we all mourn in this difficult time we should not forget to pray to God who knows what is best for us to give our beloved late President a resting place.

We should also pray for the former first Lady Dr Ernestina Naadu Mills and family he has left behind. We should not also forget to provide the necessary assistance that they may need.

As election 2012 draw closer let us not do anything as Ghanaians that will dent the image of our Country after the demise of our President and ensure that the election was transparent.

The CPP Presidential Candidate was companied by the National Chairperson of the Party, Samiah Nkrumah, General Secretary, Ivor Greenstreet, 1st and 2nd Chairperson’s Suzan Adu Amankwah and Rhodeline Ayanan, National Campaign Manager Thomas Ntumy among several other Party big wigs.
 
 
 
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