We have come to the end of another year. A memorable year that will go down in our history as that which saw many strikes from organized labour, as well as the ritual of Load-shedding, known as “Dumsor Dumsor”, not forgotten the eight months protracted election petition.
We, however, as a nation have every reason to be thankful for all the good things that the good Lord has done for this country and continue to do.
This year has been a year of mixed blessings, and we at The Herald are happy to have witnessed the country go through these turbulent times.
We owe our cherished readers a lot. They are the reason why we defy the odds and go the extra mile to bring them the best of news and entertainment.
We value their patronage and although we are humbled by how far they have brought us, we say we love them and hope they would continue to give us the support they gave us throughout the year.
We could not claim to be where we are without stepping on toes, it was former President of the United State of America (USA), Bill Clinton, who said, if you don’t want to step on toes, you better stop walking.
We hope and pray that as we are in the season of forgiveness, all those we have wronged in the line of duty, will find it in their heart to forgive us. All wrongs were not intended, we were merely doing our job.
Next year, present new challenges to all of us, it presents a promise of a new day and a new hope. We hope that next year, would be better than this year. All our dreams, hopes and aspirations would be realized.
We wish the President John Dramani Mahama and his Vice, Paa Kwesi Amissah Arthur, the necessary strength to navigate the rough sea of both seen and unforeseen circumstances successfully next year. God should guide their steps as we enter another year.
It is our hope that he would direct them to choose the right caliber of people to help them steer the affairs of the country.
Merry Christmas and many happy returns to Ghanaians.
Till we meet again next year, may the good Lord continue to bless us all.