President Mahama sends final Christmas message from Flagstaff House

President John Mahama has sent his final Christmas message to Ghanaians from the Flagstaff House, hailing the values of Ghanaians.
The president, who is currently in Bole in the Northern Region with his family, asked Ghanaians to reflect positively on this year’s Christmas, a statement signed by Dr Edward Omane Boamah said.

President Mahama, who will hand over power on January 7, urged Ghanaians to use the season to count their numerous blessings over the years.
He also urged drivers across the country to drive cautiously during the Christmas season, praying for both an incident-free and accident-free festive period.

“God’s favour shall continue to abide with us during the Christmas festivities and in the coming years,” the statement said.
Mahama celebrates Christmas with Bole kids in 2015

He lost in the December polls to veteran politician Nana Akufo-Addo by over a million vote margin.
Last year, President Mahama marked the Christmas with deprived children in Bole, his hometown.

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