So soon, the year 2014 is coming to a peaceful end, in spite of the daunting economic hardships Ghanaians had to endure.
The hardship, was not intended and certainly not envisaged, as the President, John Dramani Mahama and his able men and women, did all they could to ensure that we come out of the abyss, caused largely by the depreciation of the Cedi.
Every available and conceivable measures were taken, and thankfully the Cedi has seen a steady rise against it major trading currencies.
We are optimistic and hopeful that 2015 will be a good year for Ghanaians.
They have endured so much and the joy of waking up to 2015, is that it will be a turnaround year for them.
The Load-shedding, has not also been a palatable experience for Ghanaians, as businesses and households, were saddled with either sleeping or working in the dark or had to look for money to buy diesel or petrol to power their generators.
This meant that it affected profit and has put strain on the pocket of most people.
The technocrat who are paid to ensure that Ghanaians get uninterrupted power, have been sleeping on the job all these while, yet they are also quick to blame politicians for our current situation.
The signs are not nebulous, as the yuletide brought a lit country. It is our prayers that the uninterrupted supply of electricity will be sustained into next year.
The year has not been all that gloomy, many resolutions and promises made by our leaders have largely been met. Residents of Adenta and its environs, that have not had water for over a decade, heaved a sigh of relief, when the President inaugurated the Kpong Water Treatment Supply to provide water to their homes.
We hope that the same could be extended to other areas that have also not had water over the years.
We all look forward to a more fruitful and event free 2015.
We wish the President and his household well, May he have all the strength needed to usher in the New Year and fulfill all his promises to Ghanaians.