President-elect Nana Akufo-Addo has assured all ethnic groups in the country his administration is not bent on persecuting any group.
Get more news on politics and current issues here
According to the president-elect, fears about an imminent persecution of certain ethnic groups when he assumes office on January 7, 2017 needed to be allayed.
“We will grow the economy and bring prosperity to all parts of Ghana and for that to happen I need peace and unity in our nation. I am not the one coming to disturb anybody wherever they are in Ghana."
PAY ATTENTION: Get all the latest news on the go with the YEN.com.gh app
“I am going round the country thanking the people for the famous and historic victory they have conferred on the NPP and myself on 7th December 2016. The last leg of my Thank You tour has brought me here to the Kroboland.”
“You (people of Kroboland) played an important part in the victory and that is why my colleagues and I are here this morning; we are very grateful. This election has been truly historic. For the first time in the 24-year era of the Fourth Republic, the NPP has won a seat in Kroboland, in the Upper Manya constituency. The people of Kroboland are secure, they are safe”, he added.
Since winning the presidential election this month, Nana Akufo-Addo has gone round the country thanking the chiefs and people of every region for their support in the polls