The Management and entire staff members of The New Publisher wish our esteemed readers, advertisers, vendors and stakeholders compliments of the season specifically a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
We are grateful for the support we have received throughout the year 2019 and we look forward to 2020 with hope and steadfast resolution to play our part in making our country Ghana and the world at large a better place for the entire human race.
Christmas has been a season of joy, where families come together to celebrate, not only the purported birth date of Jesus Christ, but more so to celebrate the end of a whole year.
We can only hope and pray that as we celebrate this season with our individual families, we would be benevolent enough to remember the hundreds or thousands of our fellow Ghanaians who do not have families to celebrate with or belong to families that struggle to put bread on their dining tables.
It is a season to love and to be loved and we very strongly encourage all well-meaning Ghanaians to take advantage of the season to show some genuine love and kindness to the needy especially widows, orphans and children.
We are of the school of thought that there is no joy that surpasses what we get in making the needy happy.
As a country, we have always had a reason to celebrate over the last decades. We have always found a reason to stick together despite our political, ideological, ethnic and religious differences.
Even in our most deeply held differences, we have maintained a common desire to have a more peaceful and prosperous country where institutions of state and systems would work and function as pertains in the advanced democracies or the G-6 countries.
This common goal is what has held us together in love despite our peculiar differences
Some have taken for granted our peace and security. When we compare our situation to that of other countries, we would realize we have every reason to be grateful and to decide to sustain our focus on the things that binds us together rather than the few things that divide us.
This is a season we should reflect deeply and count our blessings. As we celebrate and move around this season, we ask for restraint and responsible celebration.
We look forward to 2020 with a lot of hope and certainty that the prospects would be brighter than what we have had in the past years.
Once again we wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year. May God bless us all. Amen.