Government Urges Ghanaians To Celebrate X'mas In Moderation

Government Urges Ghanaians To Celebrate X'mas In Moderation

The government of Ghana has called on Ghanaians to celebrate the yuletide in "moderation".

Governmet in a Christmas message also called on Ghanaians to “foster the bonds of friendship” this Christmas aimed at enhancing the unity and peace of the nation.

“May we use the opportunity provided by this occasion to reflect upon the significance of the birth of Christ and its relevance to us as a people, united in our quest to move our nation forward with love, hope and goodwill,” a statement signed by the Communications Minister Dr. Edward K. Omane Boamah said.

“While we reflect on the values of Christmas, let us foster the bonds of friendship and work even harder towards building a more prosperous nation in which together we surmount our national challenges to achieve our common aspirations of economic development, social integration and strong democratic values,” it added.

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“On the joyous occasion of the celebration of Christmas, Government extends its warm felicitations to the people of Ghana. May we use the opportunity provided by this occasion to reflect upon the significance of the birth of Christ and its relevance to us as a people, united in our quest to move our nation forward with love, hope and goodwill,” the statement noted.

“Even as we make merry this festive season, Government urges all Ghanaians to do so in moderation."

CHRISTMAS MESSAGE FROM GOVERNMENT

 

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