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Ayariga's mother appeals to Ghanaians

2012-11-22 23:00:36
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The mother of Hassan Ayariga, presidential candidate of the People’s National Convention (PNC), Hajia Hanatu Mohammed, has appealed to the good people to give her son the support and nod in the December 2012 polls since he is capable and committed to transforming the country for the better.

She said her son, despite being the youngest presidential candidate in the general elections, was determined and passionate about seeing Ghana catch up with the developed world after spending some years abroad.

Occasionally smiling, she told at her residence in Bawku that Mr Ayariga, 40, should be given all the necessary support and encouragement to change the destiny of the country rather than be discouraged.

The youth who are in the majority, Madam Mohammed said, today needed someone of their own kind to inspire them to attain greater heights in life and that her son “has taken it upon himself to champion the course and inspire the youth.

“Hassan believes nothing is impossible in life so far as you are determined”.

She said at a very tender age, Mr Ayariga always had a big dream and so was not surprised at his intention of contesting for the highest office of the land.

Madam Mohammed said Mr Ayariga was forceful and hardworking, ever ready to get things done right no matter the difficulties involved.

“When he was in school he asked me to give him all the necessary support. I also told him that I would give my all even if he wanted to become president,” she said adding that “this was many years ago”.

She said she was therefore, supporting her son, physically, mentally and spiritually for him to achieve his dream of becoming the president of Ghana.

As her contribution to enable her son win the presidential race, Madam Mohammed said she was praying fervently for him.

At a young age, she said, Mr Ayariga had a lot of friends around him, and did not fight or quarrel with his friends.

Mr Ayariga, she said, was disciplined and qualified to rule the country, adding that age was not a problem.

Madam Mohammed said she was not surprised that Mr Ayariga, among his plans and programmes for the country was his zeal to get the youth empowered “since he always wanted those with him to also succeed in life”.

“I would give him all the encouragement he needs to achieve whatever he wants to achieve in life,” she said, and urged parents to always encourage and speak well about their children.


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