Politics

2020 elections: Hassan Ayariga seeks blessings for victory from National Chief Imam

Presidential Candidate for opposition party All Peoples’ Congress (APC) Dr. Alhassan Ayariga has visited the National Chief Imam Shierk Dr. Osmanu Hunu Sharubutu at his Fadama residency.

The purpose was to formally introduce himself to the Chief Imam as the 2020 presidential candidate of the party.

Dr. Alhassan Ayariga on the 24th of August, 2020 was acclaimed by the party delegates at its 2nd National Delegates Congress held in Accra.

At the residence of the National Chief Imam, Dr. Alhassan Ayariga expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the Chief Imam for his numerous blessings and advices.

According to him, his visit is to seek the blessings of him that, he Dr. Alhassan Ayariga sees him, the Chief Imam as a symbol of Father for all and peace.

Further in the discourse, he appealed to the Shierk to call on all presidential candidates and political parties to campaign without violence and insults as the country gear towards December elections.

In addition, should call on the President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to ensure a free and fair elections come December.

Outlining the APC-led government policies, Dr. Ayariga revealed that, he would ensure that, all the regions get an arabic schools that would educate the children as well instill the teachings of Islam.

Furthermore, implement a system that would integrate all the sectors to enable easy access of information and fight the corruption practices in most government institutions.

On health, he explained that, he would institute a policy that would provide free healthcare services to Ghanaians mostly people with kidney related problems.

This he says is to ensure the human resources of the country are healthy and strong to contribute to the development and progress of the economy and improve their standard of living.

Dr. Ayariga used the occassion thank the Cheif Imam for his wise consel and urged him to continue to render such consels as Ghana goes to the polls in December, 2020.

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