Today, Muslims all over the world celebrate Eid-ul-Adha, a festival that commemorates the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and sacrifice of Abraham. Today, leaders all over the world have dropped messages despite their religious background. Today, Speaker of Parliament, Alban Sumana Bagbin, dropped a simple message for Ghanaians.
After sending his well wishes and sharing in the faith of Muslims, he went ahead to discuss issues of national relevance. He explained that Ghana remains divided along political lines in the sense that, Ghanaians find it expedient to discover the political affiliation of any individual who choose to point out problems and raise important issue at the expense of joining hands with such illustrious people to find solutions to these problems.
He also added that Ghanaian leaders make very little attempt in punishing corruption and inefficiency in the political classes. With respect to these problems, Alban Bagbin declared that Ghanaians cannot continue like that. He went ahead to list out important solution. Check out full message.
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