NPP-USA welcomes Ambassador Hajia Alima Mahama

The United States branch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has welcomed Hajia Alima Mahama as the new ambassador to head Ghana’s embassy.

With her appointment by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the former Local Government Minister becomes the first female to be Ghana’s Ambassador to the US.

In a statement on Saturday, July 31, the Communications Directorate of the NPP in the USA wished Her Excellency Hajia Alima Mahama well.

“NPP-USA prays that Her Excellency’s long years of public service, leadership and experience gained contributing to governance in Ghana will be brought to bear on the work at the embassy, to provide world-class service to Ghanaians and Non-Ghanaians who require the services of the Embassy.

“NPP USA is confident that Her Excellency’s tour of duty in the USA will witness further enhancements in the long-standing bond of friendship and cooperation between Ghana and the USA as well as ensuring the well-being of the Ghanaian Diaspora in the USA.

“The NPP USA Branch leadership and the entire membership assure Her Excellency of our unwavering support to you in the performance of your duties throughout your tenure.

“Once again, we wish you a successful tenure and look forward to a strong bond between your office, the NPP USA Branch and the larger Ghanaian Diaspora in the USA.”

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