It's been almost two months now since Joe Biden, former vice president of Obama won the US presidential race. Among all agitations that came along the elections, things seem to be cool now.

In contrary, Ghana's elections ended almost a month now with Nana Akufo-addo emerging the first in the presidential elections. In the margin, about 51.3 %, the sitting president gave his opponents a wide gap and has been given a chance to steer the wheel for the second term.

Though the biggest opposition party in Ghana has made the country a bit noisier due to some misunderstandings in the numbers of the elections results. Professionally and legally, the elected president is not denied been sworn in when a petition has been sent to the Supreme court by the opposition. Meaning, the sitting president is going to be sworn in again to begin his second term in office.

After his victory on the 9th of December, he received several applauds and congratulatory messages from most presidents from several states and countries including Kings, Queens and Chiefs from all parts of the world. 

The recent one of them came from the elected President of the United States, Joe Biden and it was in a letter form. In his letter, he expressed his gratitude for the wishes given to him by the Ghanaian president after his victory. Since he also succeeded in a similar way, He could not opted him out. 

He further wrote about his willingness to work with Ghana and president Akufo-addo. He also named some of the economical and climate hindrances that have hit some part of the globe. 

The letter reads as follows;

"Thank you for your kind words and well wishes. I am sorry that we have not yet had the opportunity  to connect by phone. 

It is my great honor to have been elected the next president of the United States, and I understand just how much work lies ahead of us. Vice President, Kamila Harris and I will take office at a time of great global challenges--from the coronavirus to climate change-- that transcend borders and require international cooperation. We look forward to working with you and your government on addressing the common problems facing our countires and our people.

Thank you again, President Akufo-Addo. I look forward to future dialogue.


Published on 5th, Jan 2021




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