Akuffo-Addo’s Congratulatory Message To Macron After Re-Election Win. May 2022

Ghana’s president; His Excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo has sent words congratulating President Emmanuel Macron on his re-election as the French President.

Emmanuel Macron who has made history as the president to have won a re-election to serve a second term in the past 20 years of France’s polls, won the election with a 58.5% vote margin.

His win saw to a lot of congratulatory messages from various  world leaders  including His Excellency Akuffo-Addo’s. Akuffo-Addo took to his social media page to congratulate him and also reaffirm Ghana efforts to strengthening her corporation with France.

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“Warm congratulations to His Excellency Emmanuel Macron on his historic re-election, for a 2nd term, as President of the French Republic. I wish him well in the discharge of his mandate, and in the crucial tasks of uniting the French nation and helping to weather the buffeting storms confronting Europe and the world. I am confident that the future of the French people is secure in his hands,” he wrote.

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