V3MAPP congratulates the President-elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo.

To all Media Houses
VICTIMS OF THREE MONTHS SALARY ARREARS PAYMENT POLICY (V3MAPP) congratulates the President-elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo.
Ghanaians have really demonstrated resilience and maturity towards the peace and welfare of the country at large.
It is so uncommon for an African country to conduct a series of peaceful elections even in this era of civilisation.
As Ghana approaches 60 years of independence, we wish to congratulate you the president-elect, Nana Addo-Danquah Akufo Addo for your hard-earned victory.
The overwhelming and unprecedented support you obtained have not just become a record in the history of Ghana, but also a confirmation of the much confidence Ghanaians have in you. Though, we are very much aware of the many challenges ahead, but we are hopeful that you will honour your promises more especially the payment of our arrears.
We also wish to thank the EC for conducting one of the most credible, free and fair elections. We can’t do this without congratulating the outgoing president, H E JD Mahama for being fair to his political oponents throughout the conduct of this elections.
On this note, V3MAPP welcomes you to the throne of the Good-will of the people of Ghana and wish you a sucessful reign devoid of favouritism, nepotism, bias, ethnocentrism and discrimination.
God bless our homeland Ghana
God bless the teaching fraternity
God bless V3MAPP
Owusu Baffoe Daniel
Boateng Samuel Clinton
( PRO)

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