The year 2021 just came to an end and we are gradually embracing the year 2022. As we look back of the year that has ended our minds are clouded with the many deaths (around 80) of both young and old people in the Toronto Ghanaian community along last year. Such deaths could not be attributed to gun violence as we saw some few years back among our Ghanaian youth population in Canada. There is therefore the need for us to take good care of our health as individuals in our growing community.
As we all know, the year 2021 has been a difficult and challenging year due to COVID-19 and now the new Omicron. But unfortunately we are sadden by the lost of our Friend and love ones from our Community. May their souls rest in perfect peace.
Back home in Ghana as well COVID made already bad situation worsed which has brought untold hardships and even deaths to many Ghanaians in our own land.
The situation at home is very gloomy, unemployment, Ecominis down turn, Politicians in fighting the year saw political and Economy instability. The ‘dumsor’ in the country It is hoped that the ‘dumsor’ (acute power shortage that affect Businesses /Establishments and Communities in the country would gradually end as the year ends.
We are counting on the government, the politicians, civil servants as well as every Ghanaian to join hands in turning the dire situation into joy and prosperous for motherland, Ghana.
At the Ghanaian News, we are counting the blessings God has poured on our community during the year in spite of the hardships we have had to go through. With the COVID Pandemic that brought Businesses and Establishments to a downturn.
While we encourage our community businesses to strive for higher heights, the Ghanaian News wish to use this opportunity and this column to strongly advise and appeal to our community members to consciously and strongly patronize the businesses in our various Ghanaian community Businesses here in Canada.
As we welcome a new year, 2022, we encourage all our community members to unite their efforts and actively participate in events in our community that are aimed at making us a better community. Let us shun apathy and embrace engagement to move our community forward.
We are therefore grateful to God for His provisions throughout the year and also, wish to extend our sincere gratitude to all our community members who have continued to support us in various undertakings to bring improvement to our community here in Canada. We are therefore grateful to God for His provisions throughout the year and also, wish to extend our sincere gratitude to all our community members who have continued to support us in various undertakings to bring improvement to our community here in Canada.