Joe Biden was declared winner of the December Presidential decisions in the United States much the same as Ghana’s President. Nana Akufo-Addo is also being confirmed today 7 January, 2020 for his second term in office.
The two nations (the U.S and Ghana) has for quite a while had great business relationship, in this manner the recently proclaimed president-Joe Biden who is yet to be confirmed, has communicated that, he anticipates working with Ghana’s President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo after officially been named as the President of the United States.
In a letter kept in touch with Nana Addo, Biden said he will work with Ghana to address comparative issues confronting the two nations.
“It is my great honour to have been elected the next president of the United States, and I understand just how much work lies ahead of us. Vice President-elect Harris and I will take office at a time of great global challenges-from the coronavirus to climate change–that transcend borders and require international cooperation. We look forward to working with you and your government on addressing the common problems facing our countries and our peoples.
“Thank you again, President Akufo-Addo. I look forward to future dialogue”.
Biden had 270 electoral votes needed to be President of the United States. Thus he was numerically announced him as the winner.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has an alternate assessment, and feels that the elections was manipulated, asserting elector extortion without generous proof and vowing to battle on.
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The president’s position has left Washington officials isolated, with Republicans maneuvering a lawful investigation into claims of vote extortion, even as they celebrate other legislative legislators who dominated their elections.
Interestingly, a similar issue is ongoing in Ghana, as the Opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has also documented a request to the Supreme Court challenging the result of the December 7 elections. NDC is challenging the distribution of around four parliamentary seats in the High Court.