“It’s been a long time since I’ve stood like this in Elmina or anyplace else in the country. When we traveled across the country for the bank, possibly four years ago.
Since then, I have lived nearly completely in the United States for health and professional reasons, he explained.
This follows a speech he delivered over the weekend at a durbar commemorating this year’s Bakatue festival in Elmina in the central region.
He described the problems he has been through in his personal and professional life.
The former CPP and PPP Presidential candidate acknowledged that “everything has been challenging.”
Symbolic of the Bakatue festival, he has proclaimed a fresh beginning in life.
“Bakatue also represents a new season and a fresh start. That is my hope for everyone, even Edinaman,” he remarked.
He continued, “We are working hard, resolving issues, and hoping for God’s blessing on our efforts.” When we achieve victory, Edinaman and the entire nation will benefit.”