A Birthday Messase From Mr. Francis Pious Egoeh To Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah
I hardly celebrate people in authority when it comes to their birthday celebrations or let me say revel celebrities publicly but I have to do this for Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah for his selfless display of leadership during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Happy 38th birthday to you Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah. It is my fervent prayer that, all your heart desires come to pass on the allotted time. Let me leave this Bible verse with you because I believe you are a serious Christian. Thus, James 1; 17. Please try and read it and meditate on it with all solemnity.
Indeed, today is a great day because a great man was born.
During this COVID-19 pandemic which is a worry to all Ghanaians, has really giving you the platform to show to all Ghanaians that, the information ministerial post bequeath on you is not in vain.
As the saying goes “A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected”
On the above quote, Ghanaians have really appreciated you enough for your proactive display of information to the public through Radio, Television stations and through the electronic media concerning the coronavirus issues.
One thing I really like about you during this trying moment for us is that you are not keeping us in the dark concerning what is happening because of this global pandemic. You are always informing us about any little development to that effect. I say kudos to you Hon!
“If you are emotionally attached to your tribe, religion or political leaning to the point that truth and justice become secondary considerations, your education is useless. Your exposure is useless. If you cannot reason beyond petty sentiments, you are a liability to mankind.”~ Dr Chuba Okadigbo (late).
The above quote has really shown to us that, we are one people with different backgrounds but that should not blind our eyes. When we see white, let us say it is white, not black because of politics.
To me, this coronavirus has brought us stronger than before as a country not forgetting our political differences. I wish when this coronavirus pandemic is over, we should remain more united the way we are now.
Once again, Happy! Happy!! Happy!!! Birthday to Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah.
It is your day and enjoys it to the fullest by reflecting on all your past events or activities. Also, focus on the future more.
There is a lot in you and Ghana need it badly Hon.
Credit: Francis Pious Egoeh
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